熬夜有多傷身?幾週就得糖尿病、乳癌風險2倍高…科學家揭「恐怖真相」,真的別再鐵齒

2018-11-04 08:00

? 人氣

閱讀暖身:很多現代人沒有得到足夠的睡眠,因此, 面臨健康,工作和感情等問題。但究竟如何睡好覺,或者睡在正確的時間?

進入本文前,請先想想怎麼表達以下單字:

a) 使虛弱,削弱

b) 調和

c) 褪黑激素

“We are a supremely arrogant species; we feel we can abandon four billion years of evolution and ignore the fact that we have evolved under a light-dark cycle.”

「我們是一個無比囂張的物種;我們覺得我們可以放棄四十億年的進化和忽視的事實是,我們在一個光暗週期演變。」

Scientists from leading universities across the globe such as Oxford, Cambridge, and Harvard report that the importance of sleep is severely underrated by people and governments worldwide. Modern people do not get enough leep, but they do not sleep 1) in accordance with their biological clock. This has the potential to lead to significant health problems, a) debilitations in work performance, and a general lower quality of life.

來自世界各地的著名大學,如牛津、劍橋和哈佛大學的科學家報告說,睡眠的重要性被全世界的人們和政府嚴重低估了。現代人不僅睡眠不足,但他們沒有按照自己的生物鐘睡覺。這有可能導致顯著的健康問題,疲軟的表現在工作和生活的一般低質量的潛力。

(圖/取自pexels)
(圖/取自pexels

The onset of many diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and obesity is 2) correlated with poor sleeping patterns. Scientists have an abundance of empirical evidence demonstrating the importance of following the body’s biological clock; for instance, experiments have shown that people quickly become pre-diabetic after just several weeks of working night shifts. Furthermore, Dr. Akhilesh Reddy from the University of Cambridge cites a study performed at the University of Oxford, which reveals that women who have worked 30 or more years of night shifts experience twice the risk of breast cancer as compared to those who have never worked a night shift.

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