you won't function and won't be able to think. If your eating habits are good, you may be able to handle a few sleepness night and function the same
I become tongue tied, become forgetful and a little bit cranky
It does not affect my life as from my student life i use to remain awake for many nights and during my Hospital duties I use to remain awake more than 36 hours. Before travelling also i can not sleep properly ,always busy in doing other stuff.
DR. DURRESHAHWAR PERVEZ
Sleep deprivation is considered a disorder itself but can develop from numerous sources. A person suffering from sleep deprivation simply does not get the amount of sleep they need to function properly. When it is long term, you will experience fatigue, daytime sleepiness, slow reaction time, clumsiness, weight gain, and other health problems. Physiological effects such as dizziness, nausea, sore muscles, headaches, irritability, and hallucinations can occur. These are not good symptoms when you fly a plane or operate some other type of transportation vehicle.
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