A new study has suggested that those who don’t sleep until late at night may be at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes as a result of body fat.
researchers at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey; They found that night owls are more likely to suffer from diseases that put their lives at risk because of the impact their abnormal sleep schedules have on their metabolism.
EARLY SHIELD TAKES WAY
People who wake up earlier in the day are assumed to be more rested than others. Also, if they throw away the accumulated energy by exercising, they burn fat faster. As a result, fat accumulation is less likely among “early birds”, reducing the likelihood of illness.