Sleepless nights are showing on your face

5 ways sleepless nights are showing on your face

If you spend the majority of your night tossing and turning rather than getting some decent shuteye, you can pretty much be guaranteed that the effects of those wakeful nights will show on your skin.

Instead of yearning for some good old-fashioned slumber, make sleep a priority and ensure that your body, mind, and soul are at ease so you can rest and feel rejuvenated.

Of course, one bad night’s sleep here and there may leave you tired, cranky, and with a complexion that just doesn’t seem as bright and alive come morning. But when sleepless nights become more habitual than intended, the negative skin side effects of sleeplessness start to kick in. If you get less than the recommended eight hours of sleep per night, here’s how it can affect the way your skin looks and feels.

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