Night Owls Are At a Greater Risk Of Dying Than Morning Risers!!!
“Night Owl Syndrome” is a major cause of clutching many people into its trap due to their faulty lifestyle such like stress, eating at the wrong time, not exercising enough, being awake at night by yourself, and opting wrong habits of consuming drugs and alcohol.
Research based studies has shown that people having trouble dragging themselves out of bed in the morning, are at a higher risk of dying sooner than morning “larks,”
They have higher rates of diabetes, psychological, physiological and neurological disorders, the study, published in the journal Chronobiology International concludes.
Night owls have 30% higher risk of having diabetes than morning larks. Their risk for respiratory disease was 23 percent higher and for gastrointestinal disease 22 percent higher.
Kristen L. Knutson, an associate professor of neurology at Northwestern University reported that Genetics and environment play equal roles in making you up either a morning, or a night type, or somewhere in between. One way to modify your sleep pattern is to make sure you are exposed to light early in the morning but not at night.