While sleeping, millions of processes continue to happen in the body, helping the brain to store the important data in the memory, and the cells work to repair the damaged tissue and regenerate. On the other hand, when we lack sleep, all these functions fail to be done on time, and we wake up cranky and have difficulties to concentrate the entire day, but what’s more important, we experience numerous side effects which can significantly endanger our health. Studies have found that sleep deprivation can cause serious, even life-threatening conditions, from heart diseases, diabetes, to cancer. These are the 6 diseases may be caused by the lack of sleep: .........

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