WHAT’S WORSE? SLEEP DEPRIVATION OR BEING DRUNK
You probably answered the latter, right? However, the University of Oxford begs to differ. One of their new findings shows that chronic lack of sleep affects the body the same way alcohol does. Going 17 hours or more without good sleep shifts your alertness to that of a person with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.05 per cent which in Alcoblow language means impaired. Go for 24 hours without sleep and your body will be experiencing the same state as a legally drunk person.