The Effects Of Sleep Deprivation On The Human Physiology Of A Person

1524 Words Apr 10th, 2016 7 Pages
As a college student we have encountered many nights of what we call
“college sleeping” which is the process of power sleeping and waking up and studying again. I decided to write my paper based on the problem with sleeping schedules and how it actually affects the human physiology of a person. As a consequence the process of sleeping is beneficial versus non-benificial. Lack of sleep often leads to many psychological and physical burdens such as cognitive impairments, emotional stress, high blood pressure, obesity and digestive problems. Although we know lack of sleeping can cause these affects, scientist have been trying to figure the cure to insomnia for years because a brain without sleeping will always lead to neurological damage. The study of sleep deprivation has been going on for more than a few centuries, but as all the study goes they always have the same leading results for consequences of lack of sleep. Most study will always lead the body to result in neurological and coginitive loss with reduction of reaction time and judgement for being awake too long. Its natural for the human body to stay awake because sometimes we just get too distracted on what were doing. In article written by Tom Phillips back in 2012 reported a a man who was watching soccer passed away from staying awake for 11 days. The forensic that was done by Dr.Liu quoted “Jiang was in good health. But staying up through the night and not sleeping enough weakened his immune system and he…

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