It's the Best Time to Wake Up When You're Stressed
According to research conducted some time later, sleeping and waking up early makes women less stressed. In particular, middle-aged or older women who sleep and wake up earlier have lower stress levels, even after calculating environmental factors, such as work schedules and sun exposure.
The study, published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research, examined data from more than 32,000 female nurses to determine the relationship between when to sleep and wake up, and mood disorders. This study found that both of them are related, your sleep and wake up time seem to affect the risk of stress or depression.
Previous research carried out in 2016 by the Annals of Translations Medicine and 2015 by Chronoliology International shows that people who sleep late have a two-fold chance of experiencing stress. Unfortunately, this study cannot see the opposite, whether depression can cause a person to wake up from sleep late at night, as reported by yourtango.com.
A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Colorado, Boulder follows sleep patterns and stress symptoms from more than 32,000 over four years, while considering additional stress risk factors, such as weight gain, physical activity, chronic illness, and late night work.
This study found that staying up late allows a person not to get married, they tend to live alone, become smokers, and have an erratic sleep pattern. Conversely, even after considering all existing environmental and social factors, participants who go to bed and wake up early have a risk of about 12 to 27% lower experiencing stress. How about you?
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