The imbalances in sleep schedules cause disorders in the metabolism
Sleep It is important, that is something known by all. Not only meet a rest schedule, but also get this quality dream. Otherwise there are consequences that range from the most obvious, such as not having enough energy to face the next day.
Other consequences of a bad break are still being discovered today, an example is the study carried out by the National University of Seoul where it has been shown that both sleep Over the count as less than the recommended hours has effects on the metabolism of people.
In order to demonstrate the effects of sleep imbalances in the metabolism, the data of 133.608 participants, both men and women. 11% of men said that on average, they slept less than 6 hours a day, in the case of the female sample it was 13%.
On the other hand, 1.5% of men recognized that they slept more than 10 hours a day for 1.7% of women. Of all of them, samples of DNA to be able to take note of the state of your metabolism. In the case of men, those who had a break below the average recommended by the specialists showed a larger diameter in their waists, the same result as the female population that participated in this study.
In the case of those who slept more than 10 hours a day, they usually had a higher level of blood sugar. The amount of triglycerides in women was higher. The researchers stated that although the data obtained open a new way of study, a direct relationship has not yet been shown in the quality of sleep and these imbalances in metabolism.
If this hypothesis is demonstrated, we could work together to establish good sleep habits from small as prevention mechanism to avoid metabolic problems in the future. Changes in appetite or the presence of high cholesterol levels could be avoided, along with a good diet and exercise, could be controlled in this way.
Tips to avoid misalignments
Given the importance of the dream in the life of every person, here are some tips to obtain a good quality of break everyday:
- Set a time to go to sleep and comply with this schedule, in this way the body will enter the relaxation phase when this time approaches.
- Avoid long naps so that at night the body can reach the desired rest.
- Do not drink exciting drinks in the moments before going to bed as the body enters a different phase to that required for rest.
- In cases where there are sleep problems such as insomnia, it is always advisable to go to a specialist to end this situation.