People accumulate sleep debt surreptitiously. Studies show that such short-term sleep deprivation leads to a foggy brain, worsened vision, impaired driving, and trouble remembering. Long-term effects include obesity, insulin resistance, and heart disease. And most Americans suffer from chronic deprivation.
Ref: William C. Dement, founder of the Stanford University Sleep Clinic. 

People accumulate sleep debt surreptitiously. Studies show that such short-term sleep deprivation leads to a foggy brain, worsened vision, impaired driving, and trouble remembering. Long-term effects include obesity, insulin resistance, and heart disease. And most Americans suffer from chronic deprivation.

Ref: William C. Dement, founder of the Stanford University Sleep Clinic. 

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