Is Sleeping An Excessive Amount Of as Dangerous as Sleeping Not Enough

 

How Sleeping Too Much Is Just As Bad For Your Health As Sleeping Too Little

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Obesity. 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. Between 1985–2007, the percentage of Americans who slept more than 9 hours per night increased from 27 to 37%, according to research published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.

During the same time period, the number of adults getting too little sleep decreased. In other words, sleeping too much is more prevalent than sleep deprivation. Sleeping too much is linked with many of the same health risks as sleeping too little, including heart disease, metabolic problems such as diabetes.

Sleeping too much may also boost inflammation in the body, which is also associated with cardiovascular disease. The authors hope the study will increase awareness about sleep’s heart-health. Note: No matter how much mattress price you pay for a comfortable sleep, sleeping too much will only cause health issues.

In some cases, oversleeping may be an early indicator of potential health risks. Therefore, you need to be careful and take all preventive actions on time – before the problem gets too serious. Your Sleep Duration. People Who Sleep Too Much, or Too Little, at Heightened Risk of Heart Attack | AJMC Less than 6 hours of sleep, as well as durations of longer than 9 hours, are associated with a greater risk of.

The Rumor: Sleeping too much is just as bad as not sleeping enough We’ve all heard how important it is to get enough rest, even though most of us don’t. Everything from obesity to cardiovascular. SLEEPING for more than ten hours each night — or fewer than six — may increase the risk of early death, a study has revealed. It found that women who kip for that long were 40 per cent more.

New research from University of Colorado Boulder found that sleeping either too much or too little can increase your risk for having a heart attack. By getting around 6 to 9. Sleeping too much or too little raises the risk of a heart attack, warns major new research.

Less than five hours was linked to a 52 percent greater risk of.

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Other studies have found all kinds of health risks associated with sleeping too much or too little.

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If you have a kapha nature or imbalance, chances are that sleep is not too difficult for you.

“Healing Your Life: Lessons on the Path of Ayurveda” by Dr. Marc Halpern
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by Dr. Marc Halpern
Lotus Press, 2018

Sleep supports very complex homeostatic systems, and therefore short-term deprivation and a long-term sleep deficit may have different effects.

“The Neuroscience of Sleep” by Robert Stickgold, Matthew P. Walker
from The Neuroscience of Sleep
by Robert Stickgold, Matthew P. Walker
Elsevier Science, 2010

But insufficient sleep—another harmful, potentially deadly factor—is commonly tolerated and even woefully encouraged.

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from Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams
by Matthew Walker
Scribner, 2017

In the short term, having less sleep than normal usually causes no harm.

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Elsevier Australia, 2008

Short and long sleep duration (sleepingless than 6 hours per night or greater than 8 hours per night) are associated with up to a twofold increased risk of obesity, diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, stroke, depression, substance use, and all-cause mortality in multiple studies (NCSDR, 2011).

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Not sleeping can make you accident prone.

“Transcend: Nine Steps to Living Well Forever” by Ray Kurzweil, Terry Grossman
from Transcend: Nine Steps to Living Well Forever
by Ray Kurzweil, Terry Grossman
Rodale Books, 2010

extremely common in American society with about 35% of the population sleeping less than 6 hr/night.123 For all patients being evaluated for a sleep disorder, a careful history should be taken about their sleep, including the time they go to bed, fall asleep, and wake up in the morning.

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In normal daily life, it is always the best to take a full night’s sleep to accelerate the recovery from sleep deficit but efforts are usually made to minimize sleep deficit by taking sleep at different occasions as replacements of normal night sleeps of which one has been deprived.

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by Jeanne Mager Stellman, International Labour Organisation, International Labour Office
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sleep harmful, and will inadequate amounts of sleep or poor quality sleep affect longevity?

“Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations and Clinical Aspects” by Sudhansu Chokroverty
from Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations and Clinical Aspects
by Sudhansu Chokroverty
Springer New York, 2017

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  • Rarely have trouble waking up, trouble falling asleep.Cut coffee, NO pop at all. Switching to silk pillow case,if it ever gets here. Ordered silk eye masks…men wear them too…I am not over weight, eat very little,if any junk food,watch my salt.

  • Wow, thought about donating now thinking about deleating..love the “fisherman story” UNfortunately it is incredibly racist.  The illustration of the businessman was human looking and the Mexican was a cartoon.. the awful accent just added insult to injury on top of your Indian accent.  Here’s a news flash Latino range from Christina Aguilera, to Cameron Diaz to Ricky Martin Eva Longoria and George Lopez.  And that is the best your illustrator can  do… please feel free to email me and let me know what proactive steps you will do to rectify this.  thanks, Jeff

  • I’ve had many many days where the only time I was awake for for eating and going to bathroom.
    Once I eat food in next five minutes my eyes starts to get heavy then I have uncontrollable sleep now it’s like I almost sleep 14-15 hours a day. I always have headache and I don’t feel like doing anything.
    If I had no wife to tell at me I would probably not take bath days on end so that I can sleep

  • I…got to bed at 3:00 pm and i woke up at 9:00 pm….and i slept at 9:30 pm and…i woke up at 6:55 am…i sleep too much and im scared i never wake up again like last time i slept at 5:00 pm and i woke up at 8:00 am…

  • For those who got scared that they’re dying from sleeping too much: people who have an illness like cancer sleep alot more, which makes the mortality rate higher at higher amounts of sleep. Alot of sleep is a healthy thing

  • am currently taking my vacation week and i though that by resting more I would feel more energetic at the gym since i lift heavy. NOPE!!!! am feeling TERRIBLE!! so tired and very very lazy. am currently sleep 8+ hrs and i feel like �� than when i used to sleep 6hrs. )=

  • I’ve been sleeping 10-18 hours for a month now, I feel extremely tired, I can’t even wake up from bed, and if I force myself to do it I lose my breath and feel extremely weak for some. Meh, I guess it’s not recomendable.

  • Remember that too much of anything is bad for you. Even vegetables. It’s just not emphasized a lot because people don’t eat enough vegetables.