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Stay up late really will die early. It's so harmful to stay up late

Do the "night owls" who stay up late really die early? For many professionals, the inevitable things will be faced with the situation of staying up late at night, so do the "night owls" really die suddenly? What are the physical hazards of staying up late often?

The research result of nearly 500000 samples is & hellip; & hellip; recently, the International Journal of time biology published a heavyweight article, the relationship between work and rest, morbidity and mortality in the British biological sample bank. Compared with people who go to bed early and get up early, those who don't go to bed at night, don't get up in the morning, or have difficulty getting up are at higher risk of 'early death'.

The study, based on a sample of nearly 500000 people in the UK Biobank, found that people who don't sleep at night and don't get up in the morning have a 10% higher risk of death than those who go to bed and get up early. In the study sample, 50000 people were at higher risk of death during the 6.5-year sampling period.

The effect of staying up late on the body

Staying up late for a long time will damage the whole body, because the human adrenal cortical hormone and growth hormone are secreted during sleep at night. The former is secreted before dawn, and has the functions of promoting the metabolism of carbohydrates and ensuring muscle development.

1. Increased striation

According to the London School of sleep, reducing sleep by two hours a day within a week can have a serious impact on appearance. Among the women surveyed, the number of fine lines and wrinkles rose 45 percent, and the number of spots rose 13 percent. People's eyes become red and puffy, skin becomes loose and saggy, and more wrinkles grow.

2. Alopecia

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune non cicatricial alopecia, commonly known as "ghost shaving". The hair falls off unconsciously, often by accident or by others. Alopecia areata is mainly caused by emotional factors, anxiety, fear may also cause alopecia areata. Staying up late may cause endocrine disorder and alopecia areata.

3. Sudden deafness

Originally good, suddenly can't hear, this is sudden deafness. Often stay up late, long-term fatigue, lack of sleep, will hinder the blood supply of the inner ear, once the external stimulation (such as sudden changes in temperature, virus infection, etc.) will easily lead to sudden deafness.

4. Vision loss

The damage of staying up late to the eyes is not just as simple as "panda eyes". Long term overload of the eyes will cause pain, dryness and other problems in the eyes, and even make people suffer from dry eye disease; long term overwork caused by staying up late may also induce central retinitis, resulting in sudden drop of vision.

5. Neurasthenia

In the day after staying up late, it is difficult for the sympathetic nerve to be fully excited, which will make people have no spirit, dizziness, memory loss, inattention, slow response, forgetfulness, dizziness, headache, etc. For a long time, there will be neurasthenia, insomnia and other more serious problems.

6. Alzheimer's disease

When mice don't get enough sleep, the brain can show bad signs, which may lead to Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study by scientists.

7. Hypertension, sudden death

Research shows that long-term lack of sleep is an important pathogenic factor of hypertension, which also greatly increases the probability of all kinds of sudden cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases in people staying up late, and even leads to sudden death.

8. Diabetes

For people with a family history of diabetes, staying up late often increases the risk of diabetes. Compared with other people, people with a family history of diabetes have certain predisposing factors. If the conditions are suitable, just like the seeds encounter the appropriate environment, they will soon take root and sprout.

9. Cancer

Medical research shows that people who stay up late are more likely to develop cancer than people who sleep normally. In the case of pancreatic cancer, the incidence of people who often stay up late is more than three times higher than that of ordinary people. Because cancer cells are produced in the process of cell division, and cell division is mostly carried out in sleep. Staying up late will affect the normal division of cells, resulting in cell mutation and cancer cells.

10. Immune disorders

Staying up late for a long time will lead to immune dysfunction of the body, resulting in nephritis in the kidney; lupus erythematosus in the skin; rheumatoid arthritis in the joints & hellip; the human body is in a sub-health state, and respiratory diseases such as cold, gastroenteritis and other digestive diseases will come to you.