5. Your Skin is Dry.
Sleep is a time for your body to repair itself — including creating new skin cells. That, plus all of the essential vitamins, water, and nutrients that your skin needs to stay healthy, can cause your skin to dry out.
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6. You’re Sloppy.
Spill your coffee on the newspaper this morning? Sleeplessness can impact your motor skills and ability to react quickly to things around you. Maybe you’re not just a klutz, perhaps you need more sleep!
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7. You’re Forgetting Everything.
Can’t remember what you ate for breakfast? You may need a few more hours of shut eye. Sleep impacts how your brain stores information, including, yep, where you left your glasses. And it’s not just your short-term memory: sleep deprivation has been shown to have negative consequences of student’s test scores and grades.