On going sleep deprivation has many adverse health effects on our body. Related studies show that it may lead to several short and long-term health consequences. It can also affect your reactions to circumstances, clarity of thinking, work life productivity and overall quality of life.
On a physical level, the possible long-term consequences of sleep disruption or insomnia in healthy individuals include hypertension, dyslipidemia, cardiovascular disease, weight-related issues, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes mellitus, It mayalso worsen the severity of common gastrointestinal disorders.
On a mental level, sleep deficient people may have trouble controlling their emotions, solving problems and making decisions. Read the study