Sleep loss has been identified as detrimental to the body’s immune system for some time. Studies on the impact of a lack of sleep continue. The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) reported new research Sept. 21 that revealed new insights into the correlation between sleep loss, a weakened immune system, and higher levels of inflammation. The impact of a lack of sleep can be observed in several areas of the body.
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