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    **Jayce Martin** Male

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    Getting enough sleep is good for your body but also important for your skin. Your skin regenerates at night when you're sleeping, so 4-6 hours are not enough. Especially the skin under our eyes is very delicate and tends to get wrinkles very easy. I would recommend you to apply a moisturizing eye cream every day and night to prevent premature wrinkling.

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    **John Smith** Male

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    Wrinkles are major signs of a person going through stress and a non-healthy diet plan. Try searching for the relationship between "Wrinkles, Stress and Sleep".
    Our skin require sometime to recover from daily exposure to the harmful world, filled with stress, sun and our working habits. In order to retrieve your skin to normal position, you have to work for it.
    Less time for sleep means, your skin would take longer to recover and before that you expose it again with the daily damage.

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    Well said!

    Sleep in time and wake up in morning is good for skin.

    Quote Originally Posted by fetamy View Post
    Studies have shown that without sleep, skin takes longer to recover from daily damage and does not retain moisture as efficiently. Sleep is a regenerative period of time for the body when new skin cells are created. Older skin cells give a dull and flat look to skin. Also, less sleep results in a weakened immune system which may trigger more breakouts and acne.

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    **Hemant Latawa** Male

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    We all hear about the benefits of a good night’s sleep better memory, attention, concentration and a reduced risk of heart attack and stroke. Sleep improves our mood; it makes us feel like we can do more in the day and gives us a better outlook on life.Skin grows a lot in our sleep. The skin of a healthy sleeper is more elastic, supple and taut. The more you get a full night’s sleep, the more you’ll have that youthful glow.

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    I think the article might be referring to two things; sleep deprivation can age the skin and sleeping on your side or stomach causes creases that can become wrinkles over time. Make sure you get plenty of quality sleep and consider using a silk/satin pillowcase that helps your skin slip across the surface rather than bunching up into creases

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    **Hemant Latawa** Male

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    Sleeping on your stomach makes you more prone for forehead wrinkles.The side that you sleep on will actually have deeper and more defined wrinkles as pushes your face into the pillow or bedding where cheek and chin wrinkles will form more quickly.Prevent wrinkles by drinking tons of water daily (dry skin is more prone for wrinkles anyhow) and wear a great moisturizer to bed.

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    If you sleep on your stomach or perhaps on your side, you should try sleeping on your back to avoid having facial lines. There are, however, ways to properly sleep on your back the right way. By sleeping at your back you can also prevent chest wrinkle, neck wrinkle.

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    **aramintaroxana** Female

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    Dermatologist says, when you sleep over the same side of your face night after night, the skin gets over and over crushed up against the pillow, and won't smooth out or spring again as fast as it did when you were adolescent.
    "The exceptional news is, whether you fluctuate your dozing position, you can invert this sort of wrinkling

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    **Emma Brown** Female

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    Too little sleep makes you look and feel tired. One of the first places lack up sleep shows up is on the face, with dark circles and bags under the eyes, and sagging skin. Lack of sleep is also a major factor in memory loss and symptoms of depression that include low interest in daily activities and negative thinking.
    Research has shown that most adults function best with 8-9 hours of sleep each night. Reduce caffeine during the day (with none in the evening), avoid eating at least 2 hours before bedtime, and maintain a sleep routine that includes going to bed at the same time each night

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    **john miller** Male

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    Sleep means a lot in life because less sleep affected your life as well as too much sleep. But a proper sleep gives you required energy, makes your day worth, you enjoy your work from morning till night. With sleep, you should do some exercises and eat fruits. Less sleep and too much sleep age you skin faster and give you dark circles, wrinkles etc. With proper care and proper use of moisturizers and cosmetics, you can reduce it and get back your shine and beauty. There are some cosmetic companies in market who provides best solutions for anti aging signs Like: PCA Skins, Luzern Labs, and Rhonda Allison etc. Some time ago, I also face such problem then I search solutions for that and I found online.


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