Sleeping in on the Weekends Could Be Good for Your Life Expectancy
Natasha Lavender, Apr 05, 2020
Before you let yourself off the hook for staying up for just one more episode of your favorite Netflix show every weeknight, hear out the experts. California-based psychiatrist and sleep specialist Dr. Alex Dimitriu says, “I worry about studies like this, because we’re already a sleep-deprived society. Just look at the lines in Starbucks! Catching up on sleep does work to some extent, but suffering from sleep deprivation along the way can be dangerous, both because it causes accidents, and [it can affect] an individual’s health. Sleep deprivation can impact anxiety, depression, ADHD, and memory.”
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