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Tuesday, 4 October 2022

Sleeping with light on? Research says this habit is a health hazard

  Sleeping with light on? a Research says this habit is a health hazard



Close the blinds, draw the curtains and turn off all the lights before bed because exposure to even moderate ambient lighting during night-time sleep can a harm your health. According to researchers at Northwestern University in the US, even dim light can harm cardiovascular function during sleep and increase insulin a resistance the following morning.


"The results from this study a demonstrate that just a single night of exposure to a moderate room lighting during sleep can an impair glucose and cardiovascular a regulation, which are risk factors for a heart disease, diabetes and metabolic syndrome," said Dr. Phyllis Zee, chief of a sleep medicine at the University's Feinberg School of Medicine.


"It's important for a  people to a avoid or minimise the amount of light exposure during sleep," Zee said. The study, published in the journal PNAS, tested the effect of a sleeping with 100 lux (moderate light) compared to 3 lux (dim light) in participants over a single night.


The investigators  a discovered that moderate light exposure caused the body to go into a higher alert state. In this state, the heart rate increases as well as the force with a which the heart contracts and the rate of how fast the blood is conducted to a  your blood vessels for an oxygenated blood flow.

"Even th 

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ough you are asleep, your a autonomic a nervous system is a activated. That's bad. Usually, your heart a rate  a together with other a cardiovascular parameters are a lower at night and higher during the day," said Dr. Daniela Grimaldi, research assistant professor of a neurology at Northwestern.


Further, the an investigators found insulin a resistance occurred the morning after people slept in a light room. Insulin resistance is when cells in your muscles, fat and liver do not a respond well to insulin and can't use a glucose from your blood for energy. To make up for it, your a pancreas makes more an  insulin. Over time, your blood sugar goes up.


"In addition to a sleep, a nutrition and exercise, light an exposure during the daytime is an important factor for a health, but during the night we show that even modest an intensity of light can an impair measures of heart and endocrine health," Zee said.

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"These findings are important particularly for those living in modern societies where exposure to an indoor and outdoor nighttime light is an increasingly widespread," Zee said.

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