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Monday, October 24, 2016

Getting up early turned out to be dangerous for the psyche “owls”

People who, because of the need to go to work or school, get up earlier than they would be comfortable risking thereby to harm their mental health. This is with reference to scientists from the U.S. state of Texas reports a range of media.

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Following several hundred people, the specialists reportedly came to the not very surprising conclusion that people feel on average less comfortable, if you woke up sooner than they would like. Often during the working day such people feel irritated and overwhelmed that in the long term could adversely affect their nervous system as a whole. In particular, waking up earlier than desired time people over time can develop a tendency to depression.

Experts suggest that employers should be aware that bad sleep can harm the worker. Solution scientists see a more flexible work schedule for employees or work in two shifts, if any to the particular profession do not prevent such innovation.

We will remind, recently a group of researchers from the University of Pittsburgh, came to the conclusion that a lot of good sleep for children, otherwise, they are much more likely to grow up prone to drug use or alcohol abuse. And experts from the University of Utah recently found that people who sleep not devoting sufficient time (even if they think that sleeping less than six hours a day enough for them) may present some threat to others, because you can quietly for themselves to doze off at any moment when their courage does not support some obvious incentive.


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