Sleep, sleep time and metabolic syndrome !!!

in #news3 years ago

The risk of metabolic syndrome can be increased if the amount of time spent sleeping and sleeping varies from day to day.

A study conducted by Harvard University researchers in the United States revealed that this was the case. Of these, 707 (35%) were associated with metabolic syndrome including hypertension, hyperglycemia, hyperlipidemia, and abdominal hyperplasia. The researchers were asked to wear an actigraph that records nighttime body movements and sleep-wake cycles and observe the amount of sleep and sleep over a week. They had an average bedtime of 11:40 pm and a sleeping time of 7 hours and 15 minutes. 45% of bedtime was different by more than one hour every day, and almost two-thirds of sleeping time was more than one hour daily. As a whole, the risk of metabolic syndrome was higher among people with bedtime and sleeping days each other. People with 60 to 90 minutes of daily sleep time difference had a 27 percent higher risk of metabolic syndrome than those who had less than 30 minutes of sleep. People with a daily sleep time difference of 90 to 120 minutes had a 41% risk of metabolic syndrome and 57% of those with a 2 hour or longer difference. On the other hand, those who have a 30 to 60 minute difference in sleeping time every day have a similar risk of metabolic syndrome to people with a difference of less than 30 minutes. However, if the difference is 60 to 90 minutes, the risk of metabolic syndrome is 14% Respectively.

An authoritative expert pointed out that 24-hour biorhythm of our body affects metabolism, and physical function may be impaired if the rhythms of mutuality and environment do not match.

An authoritative expert pointed out that 24-hour biorhythm of our body affects metabolism, and physical function may be impaired if the rhythms of mutuality and environment do not match.

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