Researchers in the UK did an experimental study on “sleep time”.
One of the participants was Sarah Chalmers, 46 years old. In fact, at this time, her facial skin has been aging with age, but in the “6 hours” and “8 hours” sleep time, we can still see obvious changes from her face.
On the left is 8 hours of sleep, and on the right is 6 hours of sleep. It can be clearly seen that compared with the former, the latter has many problems, such as facial puffiness, no blood color, local dull and rough, silent eyes, bags and wrinkles. In addition to this practice, foreign countries have also conducted “appearance change simulation” experiments on sleep deprivation, in which participants sleep only four to five hours a day, and what they touch you is their long-term sleep deprivation changes ~.(Author: APP True Self)
The subjects on the right showed more sagging and sagging than those on the left, with wrinkles and loss of elasticity
The comparison of the upper part of the face in the above picture also shows obvious skin sagging and wrinkles, prominent bags and dark circles under the eyes, and a feeling of muscle weakness in the eyes.
Sleep deprivation includes staying up late, but it’s not just staying up late. Generally speaking, waking up too early or going to bed too late can cause sleep deprivation, but in terms of modern living habits, Still stay up accounts for more.
So, staying up too long really make you ugly!
In fact, we all know that staying up late has a great impact on people’s body and appearance, and the change of facial skin is the most obvious direct. So what does staying up late do to our skin?
1.Dark circles under the eyes.
The eye changes are the most noticeable (can they not be? Forcing eyes open when it’s time to sleep)
Night is the body’s physiological rest time, if not repaired will lead to excessive fatigue, resulting in blood circulation around the eyes blocked, resulting in pigmentation, also known as dark circles.
2.Bags under eyes
In the process of staying up late, the lymphatic circulation around the eye is affected, resulting in a large amount of water accumulation around the eye area, causing edema, also known as “pseudopygous pouch”.
3., the oil skin
Staying up late causes endocrine disorders, resulting in skin metabolism disorders, sebum secretion is stimulated to become abnormal, a large amount of oil appears on the skin surface.
4.Break out in pimples
If you do not clean up in time or stay up for a long time, it will block pores because of excessive oil secretion, resulting in enlarged pores, acne, blackheads.
5.Skin will become dry
The skin sebum layer has the function of locking water, and staying up late will affect the normal repair of the sebum layer, its ability to lock water and moisturize will decline, resulting in skin water shortage.
And because of the process of staying up late, the skin cells can not effectively metabolism, also can not ensure the timely supply of oxygen, the skin will become malnourished due to hypoxia, dull rough, desquamation, dry.
6.The skin becomes dull and dull
When the excessive secretion of oil accumulates on the skin surface, skin metabolism will also be hindered, so that the toxins in the skin can not be excreted in time and deposited, the same deposition of melanin, resulting in dark skin.
7.Skin accelerates aging, loosens and loses elasticity
In fact, the above various principles and problems, such as metabolism, endocrine disorders, toxin removal damage, skin water shortage, these are leading to the acceleration of human aging, skin elasticity becomes relaxed, fine lines increase.
So many skin problems above, in the end will be attributed to skin aging, they are related to each other. and abnormal work and rest, is an important factor that leads to accelerated aging of the human body.
So, stop staying up late!