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Waking up at night exposes humans to these diseases Most adults need 6 to 9 hours of sleep every night

Waking up at night exposes humans to these diseases

Egyptian News Vision: - During a study published in Chronobiology International, the researchers studied 433,268 people, ages 38 to 73, who were categorized as "morning specific" or "moderate morning", "moderate evening" or "specific evening" groups.

They followed their health for an average of 6 and a half years, keeping track of the cause of death.

After controlling for age, gender, smoking, BMI, duration of sleep, and other variables, they found that, compared to the "morning specific" groups, the "evening specific" period increased the risk of death from any disease, by 10%.

It turns out that lovers of waking up at night see a lower risk of developing a mental disorder early, and 30% more likely to develop diabetes.

The risk of developing respiratory diseases was 23% higher, and gastrointestinal diseases were 22% higher.

Intestinal disturbances include conditions such as constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, hemorrhoids, and anal fissures, perianal abscesses and infections, colitis, and cancer.

Health experts say most adults need 6 to 9 hours of sleep each night. It is also important to try to wake up at the same time daily.


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