Are you a night owl? If so, this article is for you.
Many people have a habit of staying up late, and that’s a bad habit for your health. But not everyone is aware of the harmful effects of staying up late on the body and skin.
After a hard day’s work, the night is the time when the body rests to restore health and balance the elements in the body, but for some reason or habit, we often wake up at night and don’t get enough sleep. Staying up regularly has a significant impact on health and also affects beauty, especially in women. Here’s what this habit does to your body
Lower life expectancy
As part of the Lancent Health Study, a team studied 3757 community residents in South Korea. After 16.7 years of research, they found that people between the ages of 40 and 69 who regularly took a long time to fall asleep had a higher risk of dying earlier. This study is further proof that sleep is really important to keep us healthy.
Impaired cognitive skills
Staying awake late can degrade cognitive skills such as memory, decision-making, and problem-solving. It can also negatively affect focus and productivity. Sleep is essential for physical and mental wellness, and chronic sleep deprivation can degrade cognitive function, mood, and overall health.