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A constant lack of sleep has a negative impact on immune stem cells, increasing the risk of inflammatory disorders and heart disease – Neuroscience News

Summary: Sleep deprivation changes the DNA structure inside immune cells and increases the number of immune cells, causing them to overreact and trigger inflammation. The study found that catch-up sleep does not reverse this effect. Source: Mount Sinai Hospital Chronic, insufficient sleep can negatively affect immune cells, which can lead to inflammatory disorders and cardiovascular …

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