Are You Sleeping Too Much? if your answer is “yes”, then this post for you. In this post, we will show you,”What Can Happen to Your Body When You Get Too Much Sleep”.
Viewers, first of all, we have to know-How Much Sleep Is Too Much?
Sleep needs can vary from person to person, but in general, experts recommend that healthy adults get an average of 7 to 9 hours per night of shuteye. If you regularly need more than 8 or 9 hours of sleep per night to feel rested, it might be a sign of an underlying problem.
Now let’s see The Effects & Health Risks of Sleeping Too Much.
The effects of oversleeping are also linked to the development of diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance. According to a new study in the journal BMC Public Health, more than ten hours of sleep per day is associated with metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a collection of conditions that often occur together. They increase your risk of diabetes, stroke and heart disease.
While sleep disturbances and depression often go hand in hand, oversleeping has been shown to have a negative impact on the recovery process. Overall, people who sleep over 10 hours per night score lower on measures of mental health and mood than those who sleep normal amounts.
Sleeping too much or too little could make you weigh too much, as well. One recent study showed that people who slept for nine or 10 hours every night were 21% more likely to become obese over a six-year period than were people who slept between seven and eight hours.
If you suffer from back pain, sleeping too long can exacerbate your symptoms. Lying down for extended periods of time — especially in an unideal position — causes muscle stiffness, and increases pain. Doctors recommend that people with back pain stay active, and sleeping in can limit the time you have available to spend exercising.
Research shows a link between people who sleep 9 to 11 hours per night and a 38% increased chance of coronary heart disease. The reason for this link is not fully understood, but it could be linked to the increased risk of obesity from oversleeping.
Here are the 5 Tips To Stop Oversleeping:
- Set a consistent wake-up time.
- Avoid afternoon naps.
- Avoid the blue light in your room.
- Get some sunlight during the day.
- Eat well, drink well and get exercise.
If you’re still struggling with sleep it’s really important to speak to a professional about it. Sleep disorders are serious and most are very easy to treat.
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