What can happen if you do not get enough sleep (Insomnia)?

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What can happen if you do not get enough sleep (Insomnia)?

After a long day of work and errands during the day, you may wait until the evening to rest, to prepare for another new day. But you may not always be able to get enough hours of sleep due to staying up for a late time and waking up early, which negatively affects not only your mood, focus and health but also the beauty of your skin.
Yes, lack of rest is not your ally to enjoy bright and healthy skin! From here, we will present to you the most prominent damage caused by the few hours of resting on your facial beauty.

The adverse effects of insomnia on the skin:

When you do not get enough hours of rest, the body secretes the hormone cortisol, which is also called the stress hormone, which negatively affects the production of collagen, and thus wrinkles begin to appear on your skin. From here, boost collagen secretion by getting enough hours of sleep and fight the signs of ageing.
The Vanav Hot and Cool Skin fit device helps in relieving stress by stimulating the facial muscles to cool them down as well as the Ultimate Lifting cream with ingredients like Idebenone help in reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

The adverse effects of insomnia on the skin:

Wrinkles appear:

When you do not get enough hours of rest, the body secretes the hormone cortisol, which is also called the stress hormone, which negatively affects the production of collagen, and thus wrinkles begin to appear on your skin. From here, boost collagen secretion by getting enough hours of sleep and fight the signs of ageing.

The Vanav Hot and Cool Skin fit device helps in relieving stress by stimulating the facial muscles to cool them down as well as the Ultimate Lifting cream with ingredients like Idebenone help in reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

The appearance of dark circles:

During sleep, the body renews its cells, and the skin restores its balance and gets rid of excess water.

But if you do not reach the stage of deep sleep due to the few hours of rest, the pockets under your eyes remain swollen and thus unwanted dark circles appear.

Dry skin

During sleep, the body adjusts the moisture content in the body. If you do not get enough hours of sleep, this causes an imbalance in the body’s moisture and thus your skin becomes dry.

The active ingredients of the Ultimate Lifting cream which contain Hyaluronic Acid helps in retaining the much-needed moisture.

 

Pale skin:

The decrease in the proportion of collagen and hyaluronic acid resulting from the few hours of resting leads to the dullness of the skin.

So, the solution to getting fresh and radiant skin may be by getting enough of resting hours

 

How to get the ideal deep sleep?

Arrange the bedroom:
Clutter and things lying in the room, cause you stress, anxiety, and inability to rest, so make sure to arrange your room before bed every day.

Turn off all electronic devices:
Leave your computer and phone out of the bedroom or turn them off. Blue light from them, and from TV screens, disrupts the production of melatonin (the sleep hormone) and stimulates mental activity, causing you to sleep less.

Turn off the room lights:
Light makes your body active, so before bedtime turns off the lights in the room, the darkness helps you feel relaxed and prepares your body. You can leave a small lamp to illuminate the room with dim light, in case you wake up to drink water, or use the comfort room.

The Adequate sleep hours for each age stage:

1. Newborns (0-3 months): A child at this age needs hours ranging between 14: 17 hours per day.
2. Infants (4-11 months): A child at this age needs 12:15 hours of per day.
3. Young children (from one to two years): A child at this age needs 11: 14 hours of per day.
4. Preschool (from 3 to 5 years): A child at this age needs 10: 13 hours of per day.
5. School-age children (6-13 years): A child at this age needs 9: 11 hours of per day.
6. Adolescents (from 14 to 17 years): A teenager at this age needs 8: 10 hours per day.
7. Young adults (18 to 25 years old): Young adults at this age need 7 to 9 hours of per day.
8. Adults (26 to 64 years old): Adults this age need 7 to 9 hours of per day.
9. Older adults (over 65 years old): Older adults at this age need 7 to 8 hours of per day.

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