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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Lack of Enough Sleep Can Cause Early Death


People who do not always get enough sleep be warned: studies revealed that not getting enough sleep can cause early death. According to the Journal of the American Heart Association, a study conducted to 1,300  randomly selected adults shows that frequent sleep deprivation can cause heart ailments and stroke. As to the experts recommendations, an average adult needs 7 to 8 hours sleep every night.  British researchers also released a new study confirming  that sleeping less or more than 6 to 8 hours is associated with premature death.  Not getting  the 7-8 hrs of sleep or sleeping more that  what your body needed can cause early death.   Another study  also shows that when the brain is starved of sleep, it literally eats part of itself. Scientists from Marche Polytechnic University studied brain cells called astrocytes that clean damaged cells and debris. In mice that were well-rested, these astrocytes were active in 6% of brain synapses. But in mice that kept awake for 5 straight days, the astrocytes were active in more than 13 % of synapses. Findings published in Journal of Neuroscience conclude that loss of sleep can trigger the astrocytes' vigorous house-cleaning tendencies. scientists say this could be harmful long-term and explain why chronic sleep loss increases the risk of Alzheimer's disease. But on short-term level, a little sleep loss might help clear the dust and cobwebs on your brain.
People who do not always get enough sleep be warned: studies revealed that not getting enough sleep can cause early death.
According to the Journal of the American Heart Association, a study conducted to 1,300  randomly selected adults shows that frequent sleep deprivation can cause heart ailments and stroke. As to the experts recommendations, an average adult needs 7 to 8 hours sleep every night.

British researchers also released a new study confirming  that sleeping less or more than 6 to 8 hours is associated with premature death.

Not getting  the 7-8 hrs of sleep or sleeping more that  what your body needed can cause early death.
People who do not always get enough sleep be warned: studies revealed that not getting enough sleep can cause early death. According to the Journal of the American Heart Association, a study conducted to 1,300  randomly selected adults shows that frequent sleep deprivation can cause heart ailments and stroke. As to the experts recommendations, an average adult needs 7 to 8 hours sleep every night.  British researchers also released a new study confirming  that sleeping less or more than 6 to 8 hours is associated with premature death.  Not getting  the 7-8 hrs of sleep or sleeping more that  what your body needed can cause early death.   Another study  also shows that when the brain is starved of sleep, it literally eats part of itself. Scientists from Marche Polytechnic University studied brain cells called astrocytes that clean damaged cells and debris. In mice that were well-rested, these astrocytes were active in 6% of brain synapses. But in mice that kept awake for 5 straight days, the astrocytes were active in more than 13 % of synapses. Findings published in Journal of Neuroscience conclude that loss of sleep can trigger the astrocytes' vigorous house-cleaning tendencies. scientists say this could be harmful long-term and explain why chronic sleep loss increases the risk of Alzheimer's disease. But on short-term level, a little sleep loss might help clear the dust and cobwebs on your brain.

Another study  also shows that when the brain is starved of sleep, it literally eats part of itself. Scientists from Marche Polytechnic University studied brain cells called astrocytes that clean damaged cells and debris.
In mice that were well-rested, these astrocytes were active in 6% of brain synapses. But in mice that kept awake for 5 straight days, the astrocytes were active in more than 13 % of synapses. Findings published in Journal of Neuroscience conclude that loss of sleep can trigger the astrocytes' vigorous house-cleaning tendencies. scientists say this could be harmful long-term and explain why chronic sleep loss increases the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
But on short-term level, a little sleep loss might help clear the dust and cobwebs on your brain.
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