Several studies have shown that insufficient sleep can lead to weight gain. People who suffer from sleeplessness/insufficient sleep not only tend to snack more during the night, they also wake up with higher hunger levels due to increased gherlin levels, a hormone which increases appetite. In addition, metabolism slows down and this could add up to 10 extra pounds a year. Sleep Deprivation may occurs due to not having sufficient sleep which effects on your body health , impact on brain functioning and also disturbs your daily activities. Memory Loss, Insomnia,Snoring, Weight Loss or Weight Gain and High Blood Pressure are the signs of Sleep Deprivation.