Poor sleep ‘as damaging as binge drinking’

Risks include diabetes, obesity and depression

Long-term sleep deprivation can be as damaging as alcohol abuse over an equally long period, a study has claimed. Researcher Dr Adrian Owen, who has worked with the digital health company Medisys Preventive Health, said sleep deprivation varies but is generally a time period of less than six hours per night. The odd night here or there is not regarded as being of medical significance but there is an adverse cumulative health effect, Owen said   Excerpt from Health Insurance Daily, read the full article here.

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