What the 4 Medications Donald Trump Takes Every Day Reveal About His Health

He only sleeps 4 hours a night

US President Donald Trump listens to an earpiece he is holding up to his head.

Trump has to be at least a little exhausted. | Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Trump stated on The O’Reilly Factor he gets just four to five hours of sleep. The 71-year-old told former host Bill O’Reilly he works up until 12 a.m. or 1 a.m., only to wake up at 5 a.m. to do it all over again.

Sleep deprivation can worsen existing health conditions or even contribute to their development. Harvard Medical School’s sleep division found some of the results of not getting enough sleep include poor immunity, decreased heart health, high blood pressure, and even diabetes. Sleep deprivation can also shorten your lifespan.

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