9 years ago Nancy Hanifan

What are the affects of lack of sleep

1 year ago Constance


How Are Sleep and Depression Linked? An inability to sleep, or insomnia, is one of the signs of depression. (A small percentage of depressed people, approximately 15%, oversleep or sleep too much.) Lack of sleep alone cannot cause depression, but it does play a role. Lack of sleep caused by another medical illness or by personal problems can make depression worse. An inability to sleep that lasts over a long period of time is also an important clue that someone may be depressed. What Causes Sleep Depression? There are several factors linked to depression, including: Family history of mental disorders. Chemical imbalances in the brain. Physical and mental health disorders. Environment such as living in a place that is often cloudy and gray. Stress. Alcohol or drug abuse. Medications. Lack of support from family and friends. Poor diet.

9 years ago soccer_lover_949


If you mean that you are having trouble sleeping, talk to your doctor. They can perscribe a sleeping urb to help you sleep. Sometimes there are over the counter sleeping pills that knock you out! I take Melitonin. I think about things that make me worry a lot, and I can't sleep. I guess that you could say I have anxiety. Ask your doctor. If you mean that if you DO NOT get enough sleep, then you wll be tired and weak the following day(s). Try to relax an hour or two before you go to sleep. Hope that this helps!!!

9 years ago cocoshake_16


Health Problems

1 year ago sleeping


There are lot of factors the causes sleep problem like stress, environmental change, physical and emotiional factor, depression, etc.

9 years ago ?


Not thinking correctly, body in bad shape, sleepy throughout the day, headaces, dizzyness, bags under eyes, more stress throughout the day, unhappy, more caffine put into your body if you like coffee, looking older, mind wanders and not focusing, depressed. Hope I helped.

9 years ago nachosandcheese


Moody, tired, lack of energy, no apatite

9 years ago Z


-want to fall asleep, or take a nap on what you are doing. -the day feels really long -you feel very crappy by the time you get home -take a nap when you get home -stay up half of the night -the cycle continues

9 years ago Nette


memory loss, lack of concentration, moodiness, fatigue, irritability, dizziness and if long enough hallucinations

9 years ago Amilia


mood swings, change in eating patterns, fatigue, unable to think properly, depression, shakiness. Look at any parent and you will see it.