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Can You Really Die From Lack of Sleep?

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If you've ever gone without sleep for an extended period, you will know it isn't exactly a good idea. Even one night of broken sleep can cause problems the next day - and there can be few things worse than not getting enough shut-eye for weeks on end.

But while lack of sleep is undoubtedly bad for you, the jury's out as to how bad. We know it can cause a litany of health problems, both on a short and long-term basis. What is harder to determine is - can it kill you?

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We know insomnia can cause a litany of health problems, both on a short and long-term basis. What is harder to determine is - can it kill you?

 

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