The CDC says one out of three adults doesn’t get enough shut eye.
Dr. Virend Somers says long-term sleep deprivation can cause issues such as heart disease, obesity and depression. And it can also make health problems you already have worse.
For example, when you have obstructive sleep apnea, you stop breathing during sleep. Your oxygen levels go down and carbon dioxide levels go up.
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