This fact was revealed in a study conducted by experts from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. A study published in the British Medical Journal, involved 23 participants are women who are relatively young age.
On the first day of the experiment, participants were asked to sleep at 11 o’clock at night and set alarms to wake up at 7 the next morning. So wake up from sleep for 8 hours, participants face photographed like that without using makeup and hairdo.
The next day the participants reduced sleep hours to 5 hours. To make sure no one’s sleep beyond the time specified, all experiments conducted in the laboratory under the supervision of experts.
Photos taken at the first trial and the second will be shown on a group of people who will provide an assessment of the beauty of the participants.The photos of the most interesting is to score 10 and get the worst score of 1.
Apparently, the photos taken after sleeping for 8 hours tend to have higher value than that after sleeping only 5 hours. Previous shortages, people who judge which photos have not been told where to sleep and enough sleep.
“The impression tired and unhealthy because of lack of sleep can appear on the face and will reduce the beauty,” the researchers wrote in their report,Saturday (12/18/2010).
These findings reinforce the results of previous studies that concluded that sleep deprivation may accelerate the appearance of wrinkles, especially in the face and neck. This means that the impact of sleep deprivation for beauty does not only happen in the long term, but also can appear immediately after waking up.
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