Lack of sleep side effects and simple solutions.
Someone’s facial characters are a great window to their cellular health.
I actually did a mini-study last month with myself as the subject. It wasn’t too scientific so bear with me.
Experiment: Effects of sleep on facial health
- Same person
- Same moisturizer applied on face
- Same lighting
- Similar diets consumed on all days
0 hours of sleep (awake for 24 hours)
- Bloated face
- Eyes watering
- Rough skin
- Could NOT smile…was too tired
4 hours of sleep (awake for 20 hours)
- Bloated face
- Defined eye bags
- Skin roughed up but not as bad as before
8 hours of sleep (awake for 16 hours)
- Look well rested and energetic
- Eye bags have reduced and mostly dark circles remain
- Bloating reduced
12 hours of sleep (12 hours awake)
- Tired from sleeping but bags are gone
- Skin looks healthy
16 hours of sleep (awake for 8 hours)
- Very tired from sleeping
- Eye bags are back in business
- Skin looks rested
- By sleeping excessively, I was limiting myself nutrition and this may have contributed to the decline in face health after the sweet 8–10 hour sleep mark.
- If I don’t sleep enough I will look exactly like a drug addict or a drunk teenager.
- The constant appearance of dark circles under my eyes can be attributed to my anemia.
*No PhD students were harmed in the production of this answer.
I had a very weird schedule and decided to turn it into a study.
I would take selfies every time I woke up*
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