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Sleep Deprivation

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sindia guerrero

on 22 May 2014

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Transcript of Sleep Deprivation

Insomnia
Car crashes
Consequences


Types of Sleep Problems
Symptoms
Physical
Headaches
Slower reflexes
Reduces performance in physical activities or sports
Difficulty concentrating
Psychological
Moodiness: Irritability, aggression
Memory problems
Poor decision making

Affects your
IMMUNE SYSTEM
Colds and flu
Gain weight
Ghrelin & Leptin
*Metabolism is slower when you are sleep-deprived.
More
Ghrelin

+
less
Leptin

=
W
eight gain.
Sleep Deprivation

Can cause you to
Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS)
Ghrelin: The ‘go’ hormone that tells you when to eat.

*when you are sleep-deprived, you have more Ghrelin
You will want more food

Leptin: The hormone that tells you to stop eating.

*when you are sleep deprived, you have less Leptin.
You won't feel satisfied after you eat.

High blood pressure
Heart disease
Obesity
Heart disease
Depression
Memory problems
Irritability
Car accidents
Inability to wake up at the desired time and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Depression and behavior problems
Sleep apnea

Naps
Coffe
Technology
Pills
Sleep Paralysis
FIN
BY: Sindia Guerrero
Treatment:
Continuous positive airway pressure

(CPAP) machine
This device applies a constant amount of air pressure into the airways while sleeping.
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