It’s Not Healthy to Be a Night Owl and Stay up Late at Night

According to a New Scientist, Article 21, April 29, 2018, Northwestern University in Chicago reported that “People who prefer to stay up late seem to have a greater risk of dying early.  A six year study of 500,000 people in the UK has found that those who are night owls were 10% more likely to die in that period.”

In this group of night owls, they also “found higher rates of diabetes, mental health problems and neurological conditions.  They were also  more likely to experience psychological stress, use drugs or alcohol, and not get enough exercise or sleep.”

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