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Lack of Sleep Makes Your Immune Decline

Dangers of lack of sleep habits need to be more aware. The bad effect is easy to hurt. That's because lack of sleep makes your immune decline. Mild pain is easy to attack such as headache, aches, or dizzy. Everyone should already know that good quality sleep is 6-8 hours per day.

Researchers from the Netherlands and the United Kingdom found that lack of sleep will lead to the production of white blood cells known as granulocytes (granulocytes), especially at night.

"Granulocytes react when the body has too little sleep and it resembles the body's response to physical stress," says Katrin Ackermann, post-doctoral researcher at Erasmus MC University Medical Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

In his research he counts the number of white blood cells 15 healthy young men for several weeks for comparison with the number of white blood cells when they are lack of sleep. The researchers also found that white blood cells decreased in the rhythm of day and night, and increases when a person's lack of sleep.

Various studies have actually shown the dangers lack of sleep on health. Malignant disease can even be triggered due to lack of sleep, among others, lead to obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure.
Future research will reveal exactly how sleep contributes to the occurrence of some diseases.

Therefore, for those of you who like to stay up late at night should be set back a good sleep pattern. Experts recommend that adults sleep 6-8 hours every night.

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