Dangerous Effects of Sleeping Late at Night: Staying up late is a habit for some people and for such people it becomes a part of their daily routine.
Are you one of those people who has a hard time getting out of bed early in the morning?
Those who get up early in the morning, while those who stay up late wake up happily in the morning.
But the bad news for those who stay up late is that people who are accustomed to sleeping and waking up early are healthier and better off in professional life.
This was revealed in a new study.
For the study, published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Finnish scientists used data from a 1966 study.
The study of people born in 1966 in northern Finland is still ongoing, involving more than 12,000 people, 50% women and 50% men.
When the study participants turned 46, they were asked to provide details about various aspects of life, including sleep, overall health, and occupational habits.
By looking at this data, people were divided into groups waking up early (M-type group) or sleeping late at night (e-type group) or between the two.
The researchers found that most men belonged to the M-type (46%) or middle group (44%) and that the number of those who stayed up late was 10%.
The statistics for women were very similar, with 44% belonging to the M group, 44% to the middle group, and 12% to the E group.
When these groups were compared, it was discovered that those who slept late were worse than those who woke up in the morning in most aspects of life.
With less sleep, they are more likely to be unemployed because they have poor ability to work.
Even before that, a link between waking up late at night and being able to stay healthy and work has been discovered, and this new research reinforces previous findings.
Research has shown that those who stay up late do not perform much better in offices than those who wake up early, while one in four suffers from office problems.
Researchers suggest that those who stay up late should plan their work schedule so that they can be in good health and perform well.
You may not know it, but there are two types of people: those who get up early in the morning and those who stay up late at night, and this happens as a result of the physical clock.
That is, the part of the brain based on 20,000 nerve cells sets the body’s schedule throughout the day, that is, it regulates every system, from hormone levels to digesting food, and of course, sleep.
Those who wake up early in the morning start feeling tired in the evening, while those who wake up late at night do not feel tired for a long time.
But those who go to bed early have a mental advantage over those who stay up late.
A 2013 study found that those who slept early and late had different brain structures and that those who slept early had better white meter quality, which helps nerve cells to communicate.
But can one change one’s sleep time? So the answer is that it is possible to some extent.
The body clock changes with age, children wake up in the morning, it is difficult for young people to get out of bed before noon, but with age, it becomes easier for people to get up early in the morning.
In addition, sleep schedules can be used to change the body clock schedule.
By the way, in a study, scientists discovered that a gene determines whether people stay up late at night, get up in the morning or stay between the two.