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How Does Sleep Affect Your Face
I get around 45 hours sleep a night 5 hours of sleep. three to four hours of sleep. five hours a night 96 work then you go home and eat something then like 102 or three is a all the other stuff I live far away so I get home late, I also like try to make time to workout I just have really bad insomnia and I tend to over extend myself so when I do do have the time to sleep a full night I just don't know how to even begin sleeping
to me, sleep is just something that you have to do so the quicker that you get it over with, the better I do worry it at what point will the make up sort of stop covering up my lack of sleep I think I look sort of exhausted under my eyes baggy and my eyes look a little blood shot and my skin kind of looks dull. there's definitely times when I wake up and feel like look older. I noticed that I don't get enough sleep because the
first thing I think of when I wake up is coffee. I am trying to change my sleeping habits because I know detrimental to my health and my appearance. I will never change my sleeping habits I will just figure out more ways to ingest caffeine OMG I'm so scared, I don't want to open my eyes. I sort of I recognize myself but I don't at all. COOL! Oh, closeup it's gross. I think it's more disturbing because I look younger than expected but still terrible
my skin both looks and feels tired definitely don't love how I look. I hate the under eyes, man The under eyes are the worst. This is the first time I've ever seen myself with wrinkles, I don't like it. I didn't expect the wrinkles under my eyes. I look really pale, I don't like a happy healthy person right now I said nothing would make me change my sleeping habits I think I'm a little convinced.
See myself with all those wrinkles above my eyelids. I definitely feel less invincible I realized now that these bad habits are going to catch up to me at some point. it definitely makes me want to change my sleeping habits i'd don't know if I'm actually going to.it definitely makes me wanna sleep more if this is what i'm gonna look like. A certain melancholy to the overall look that off putting. I think that's worse, that projection
to the world to look like someone who's sad that startling, also makes me wanna sleep.
Sleep deprivation disparities in health economic and social wellbeing Lauren Hale at TEDxSBU
Good morning! OK. Raise your hand if you did not get enough sleep last night. There are many possible reasons for this. Maybe you were up late at night because you had a toddler screaming for you in the middle of the night. I know I did! Or maybe you were cranking away
on that final document for work or for school. Or maybe you just got sucked in to watching another episode of the Daily Show. OK. So now, raise your hand if you are regularly not functioning at your top game because of how you slept. OK. So as sleep deprived as we are, we are among the lucky ones.
I say that because to be here today you need to be affiliated with Stony Brook University. That tells me that you've had the opportunity to pursue higher education. Further, to be here you have to have the ability to make choices about how you spend your time, control over your life.
Imagine how much harder it would be for you to sleep and to function, if you didn't have that control over your own time. I know it's hard to put yourself in someone else's shoes, but imagine, for example, if you didn't have enough money to feed your children. How hard would it be for you to sleepé Or imagine if your crowded urban apartment
was too noisy, or too cold, or too unsafe for you to comfortably fall asleep at night. My goal today is to get you thinking about the social patterning of sleep, why some of us are sleeping worse than others and what the consequences are for society. In my research, I investigate the underlying causes and consequences of sleep deprivation
and sleep disorders. Today I'll share with you some of the results of my research and that of my colleagues. And I hope to convey to you why we, as individuals and as a society, should be deeply concerned about how we sleep and what we can do about it. So, for everybody, whether you're rich or poor,