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Lack of sleep can make your body's oxygen levels drop

Lack of sleep can make your body’s oxygen levels drop. When this happens, your cells will not be renewed as quickly. As a result, degenerative skin aging sets in. Try to get at least six to eight hours of sleep a night to achieve absolutely painless benefits. It’s ideal!

http://www.sapnamagazine.com/December/arti...winterskin.html

The flow of oxygen to the skin increases while we sleep, regenerating skin cells.

http://www.contactpakistan.com/beautycare/article1.htm

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You're obsessed with sleeping. Perhaps you should be sleeping more and posing about sleeping topics less. ;)

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No doubt, it's true! It occurred to me that the secrets to acne-free, glowing skin is by going back to the basics - enough sleep, nutritious food, exercise. I remember I once read somewhere that Jennifer Lopez, no matter how busy her sched is, would insist on getting 8 hours of sleep. The senior citizens I have talked to who are still energetic despite their age told me that even during their younger days, they sleep early. That could be the reason for their good stamina. I also noticed that if I get a 9-hour of sleep, my skin is 5% better.

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