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The most common cause of sleep debt is intentional sleep deprivation due to social or work commitments. This can be in the form of irregular shift work, family obligations or demanding jobs. However, medical problems such as depression, obstructive sleep apnea, hormone imbalances, and other chronic illnesses that lead to sleep deprivation, can also contribute to sleep debt. While the immediate remedy for sleep deprivation is to get adequate rest on the day itself, many people assume that they can ‘pay back’ their sleep.