Night owls have higher risk of dying sooner
People who like to stay up late and have trouble getting up in the morning, popularly known as night owls, have a higher risk of dying sooner than those who go to bed early and rise early. A study conducted by the University of Surrey and Northwestern Medicine in Chicago found that the risk factor was as high as 10 percent. The study analysed the sleeping habits of nearly half a million participants and found that about 50,000 people in the study sample were more likely to die in the 6½ -year period sampled. “Night owls trying to live in…
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