When you have a lack of sleep these following consequences are possible:
Wrinkles: During sleep your body releases melatonin, which is a natural antioxidant.If you don't sleep enough, you will have less of this antioxidant, which is key in the fight against free radicals that are responsible for the appearance of wrinkles.
Acne: Stress hormone - cortisol is high when you're tired.Furthermore nervousness, it causes inflammation of the skin.
Bloating: More increases levels of cortisol, the body retains more water. Most noticeable is in the eyelids because there the skin is thinnest.
Dry skin: Lack of sleep reduces skin moisture and makes it dry and causes dandruff.
Overweight: Lack of sleep brings the body too much ghrelin, the hormone that is responsible for feelings of hunger .
Headaches: Scientists don’t yet know exactly why sleep deprivation leads to headaches — but it’s a connection doctors have noticed for more than a century
Poor vision:Sleep deprivation is associated with tunnel vision, double vision, and dimness. The longer you are awake, the more visual errors you'll encounter, and the more likely you are to experience outright hallucinations.
Colds: If you're wondering why you're sick all the time and seem to pick up every bug that travels around the office, it's probably because you're not getting enough sleep
Slowness: Your reaction time is severely impeded when you don't get enough sleep.
Lack of Sleep Kills Sex :Sleep specialists say that sleep-deprived men and women report lower libidos and less interest in sex. Depleted energy, sleepiness, and increased tension may be largely to blame.
The baddest : More likely to have an accident. Getting six or fewer hours of shut-eye a night triples your risk of drowsy driving-related accidents