A SLEEP expert shared how many hours you need each night to be able to sleep soundly.
Recent research has shown that the age factor is important and that insufficient sleep can cause dementia and cancer.
Many studies have shown that sleep has been studied for many years.
More research suggests that regularly missing enough sleep can lead to more problems. “wear and tear”On cells, which can disrupt genes and lead to cancerous tumors according to Daily Mail.
One study in 2010 found that people who sleep less than six hours a night are at a 50% higher risk of developing bowel disease.
A 2012 study showed that people who sleep for less than six hours a night have a 43 percent higher chance of developing cancer than those who sleep seven or more hours.
Middle-aged people are at greater risk of not getting enough sleep.
A 2021 study showed that people between 50 and 70 years old who slept six hours or less each night had a 30% higher chance of developing late-onset dementia.
In addition, Dr E Wang conducted a recent study with Xiangya Hospital Central South University to examine the relationship between napping, hypertension, and stroke.
It was found that younger people who slept through the day were more likely to develop high blood pressure at the end of the day.
The risk was not as severe for those over 60.
Michael Grandner, a second doctor, said that the patient was not being taken seriously. Daily MailNapping alone might not be the cause.
“Although taking a nap itself is not harmful, many people who take naps may do so because of poor sleep at night,”Grandner spoke to the outlet.
Poor night sleep is associated with poorer overall health. Naps do not make up the difference.
“This study echoes other findings that generally show that taking more naps seems to reflect increased risk for problems with heart health and other issues.”
The study examined only daytime naps and not their duration.
The doctors who did the study demanded more research.
The Sleep FoundationIt outlines the amount of sleep that each age group should get.:
- Newborns between 0-3 Months old – 14-17 Hours
- Infants aged 4-11 months – 12-15 Hours
- Toddlers between 1-2 and 14 years old – 11-14 hour
- Preschoolers, ages 3-5 years, – 10-13 hours
- School-aged 6–13 year olds – 9-11 hrs
- Teens aged 14-17 years old: 8-10 hours
- Young Adults 18-25 Years of Age – 7-9 hours
- Adults 26-64 Years Old – 7-9 Hours
- Senior Adults 65 and older – 7-8 Hours
Ask yourself if your ability to go back to sleep at 10 or 11 am. This will help you determine how much you’re getting.
Daily Mail reported that if you answered yes, it is likely you are not getting enough or the right quality of sleep.