Sleep is just as important as eating on time to stay healthy. Lack of sleep on time increases the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, fatigue, obesity, hypertension and heart disease. A person needs at least seven to nine hours of sleep. Only then will you be healthy. Going to bed at 12 midnight and getting up at 10 am is not correct. Most people fall asleep between 2.30-3.00 pm. Do you know why that happens? It means not sleeping at the right time at night.
What is circadian rhythm?
Circadian rhythm indicates when the body should sleep and wake up. That is why it is called ‘sleep cycle&rsquo. Also known as In the morning, the body releases hormones that help it stay awake when exposed to sunlight. Relaxing when the sun goes down. Chemicals released in the body can make you feel tired. This is called a post prandial dip. Researchers are monitoring when this dip occurs. This is an indicator of how far along you are in the sleep-melkone cycle.
If you feel tired after 3 pm, try to sleep between 9-10 pm. If you want to wake up early in the morning, you should sleep between 7-8 hours. Experts from Stanford University say that the same routine should be followed every day. Individual sleep habits and needs are different. But if you change the sleep time, it will affect the body. Avoid bright lights, alcohol and caffeine if you want a peaceful and healthy sleep. At least seven to nine hours of sleep is required to keep metabolic disorders, heart diseases and stroke away and keep the brain functioning properly. A new study says that sleeping between 10 and 11 hours is better. Experts say that diabetes and obesity are more likely to occur in people who lack sleep. That is why at least seven to eight hours of sleep is necessary. Otherwise, due to lack of sleep, immunity decreases. All that effect takes place on the body. Organ function also slows down. Insomnia problems are mostly due to work stress. To overcome this, it is important to consume foods that induce sleep. If you drink a glass of warm milk an hour before going to bed, you can sleep comfortably.
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