How does sleep deprivation feel?
Many people do not realize how deprived of sleep. Do you believe it is normal for you to fall asleep while hitting the pillow on your head? Do you believe that you should take a nap during your lunch break or as soon as you get home from work? Are you frustrate or easily angry? These are all signs that you are losing sleep.
Determining sleep deprivation in children is even more difficult. The problem is that many children behave differently than adults when they become chronically tired. The problem with sleep deprivation and sleep ania in children is as great as ADHD. Children will become agitated and have difficulty concentrating. They become very active during the day without getting tired.
Sleep apnea also looks different:
They will snail or breathe with their mouths open. Some disturbances may occur during their sleep but not always. They can toss and turn a lot. However, many times sleep deprivation occurs because as parents we do not send our children to bed very soon. They can also wake up very early. Babies need to sleep a long time and if you put them too late they miss important sleep times which allows them to make growth hormone and consolidate their memories
How does sleep deprivation feel in adults manifests as both long-term and short-term memories because your brain cannot process memories? It can also prevent brain waste from being remove in a timely manner. It can affect memory and contribute to a morning headache.
You may notice other symptoms such as fatigue and insomnia, headaches, and snoring. I am aware that snack seems to be a strange symptom, however, when our brain is tired too many time we misinterpret the signal of starvation and we make a weak decision which may be the reason for our breakfast.
Everyone has their own symptoms. This is not an exhaustive list of symptoms, but it does give you a chance to reflect on what happens in your life, and is it worth it for your health to sleep at night?