Sleep (or a lack of it) can greatly impact your skin. For starters, sleeping helps the body repair itself from damage and recover from inflammation.
The National Sleep Foundation recommends that adults rest for seven to nine hours each night and if you don't get enough sleep, your skin can become quite dry.
Not sleeping enough can also cause your skin to develop wrinkles and lose its elasticity.
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