Oversleeping: Is too much Sleep Harmful for Health?

in #life4 months ago

It's kind of like leisure time, but it is not. You are staying at home all day; Eating and sleeping. If you want to do office work, you have to do it from home. Even if you do chores around the house, you still have enough extra time. So you take a nap whenever you get a chance. Many people do not want to miss this opportunity to wake up in the afternoon!

But did you know that this extra sleep can cause a lot of damage to your body?

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Are you sleeping to remove depression? Meanwhile, a recent study found that those who slept 9 hours or more had an increased risk of depression. So you have to do a lot of creative work to keep a sound mind.

Sleep as long as you need it. Excessive sleep can lead to loss.
Now many people have to do office work sitting at home. Again, in the house, you have to handle various tasks.

All in all, the brain is under pressure quite well. Meanwhile, too much sleep reduces the brain's ability. So if you want to work in a cold head, bring control to oversleep.

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Diabetes is currently the name of a common disease. It causes many more illnesses. According to a study by the University of Quebec in Canada, the body loses the ability to control blood glucose due to sleeping for more than eight hours a night. This increases the risk of type 2 diabetes. So if you want to stay away from diabetes, reduce sleep.

If you want to stay healthy, you have no choice but to keep your heart healthy. But sleeping regularly for more than eight hours a day can lead to heart problems. Think about it, will you destroy your own heart with your own hands?

Many people are having problems with weight gain due to this lockdown. Meanwhile, one of the reasons for gaining too much weight is extra sleep.

Whether you gain weight by sleeping or try to lose weight by waking up, the decision is yours!

Original Content by @pitboy