Negative Effects of Oversleeping

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The negative health effects of not getting enough sleep are well-known. Everyone in this world needs sleep because it’s a normal habit for people. But when it comes too much sleep is it a good thing or in other hand. Actual fact it is true a good night’s sleep is essential for health but oversleeping has been linked to a host of medical problems. The amount of sleep you need varies significantly over the course of your lifetime. It depends on your age and activity level as well as your general health and lifestyle habits. Normally people need seven to eight hours of sleep to protect against common disease and early death but however people over the age of 15 are snoozing an average of 8 hours and 43 minutes each night, an extra 43 minutes seems harmless. Moreover, people always think that during stress or illness, we feel need sleep more but although sleep need differ overtime but expert recommend that adults should sleep between seven and nine hours each night.

In this article showed there are many physical side effects of oversleeping such as diabetes, obesity, depression and heart disease. Actually there are many type of disease we can get from oversleeping but this 4 disease linked above is a common disease that people can get from oversleeping habit and also seems harm to people.

First side effect shown at article of oversleeping is diabetes. Researchers studied the sleeping patterns of 276 people over a six-year period. Among them, 20 percent that slept under people who slept under seven or over eight hours found that it will develop type2 Diabetes more than twice as high for people who sleep too much compared to only 7 percent of subjects that had average sleeping patterns. Another effect is Obesity. People who sleep longer than eight hours increased their risk of being obese .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...
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