Sleep!! How important is the time you sleep??
Sleeping early is indeed your best health, even if the number of hours you sleep does not change,….
finding study of UK universities and Australia, published in the journal Sleep Medicine.
Within three weeks, researchers followed a small group 22 participants who slept late, at about 2:30 a.m. and woke up in 10:15 a.m.
All were instructed to sleep and wake up about two to three hours earlier, while they encouraged to maximize exposure to the sun in the mornings and minimize artificial light at night.
They were also instructed to follow the same schedule on weekends and weekdays and minimize late night snack.
This holistic renewal sleep had benefits for the mind and body:
Although technically not slept more than before, participants indicated improved mental and physical function in the mornings, better eating habits and reduced feelings of depression and anxiety.
The changes do not appear to have adverse effects on sleep quality.
"Our findings underscore the ability of a single non-pharmacological intervention to motivate those who stay up all night, To reduce the impact on mental health and drowsiness, and to handle the rendering times in the real world ", said researcher Elise Facer-Childs.
Another of the study's authors, ο Andrew Bagshaw, believes that those who sleep late experience unwanted symptoms, such as drowsiness during the day and poor mental health.
It can also be influenced by the circadian rhythm.
Previous studies have shown those who follow their body's biological clock, They have lower risk of obesity, diabetes and depression.