5 Reasons You Should Never (Ever) Pull an All-Nighter
Even one up-all-night escapade can do more damage than you think. This is your body on zero sleep ... and it ain't pretty
Another thing you're likely to catch with a case of the sniffles? Heart disease. Studies show the less you sleep, the higher your levels of C-reactive protein (CRP), a protein that rises in response to inflammation and researchers believe plays a crucial role in marking the development of heart disease. It's not a coincidence that your mortality also rises when you log lower than six hours of sleep a night.
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