The temptation of television, computers and mobile phones is growing. Many people do not go to bed until very late, which seriously affects the time and quality of sleep and brings many health problems.
First of all, going to bed early can reduce worries and worries. The American Journal of cognitive therapy and research published a new study of 100 college students completed by Dr. Jacob a. nottel, a researcher in the Department of psychology at Binghamton University in New York, and his colleagues. It was found that falling asleep late would increase pessimism and lead to repeated negative thinking. However, going to bed early can help improve mood, and adequate rest can also help the brain to better handle emotions and solve problems.
Secondly, those who go to bed early have healthier weight, fewer colds, fewer serious illnesses and better complexion. Many studies have shown that lack of sleep can increase the risk of overweight or obesity. A study by the University of California, Berkeley, found that the later you sleep, the more you eat, and the easier it is to eat foods high in salt, fat and sugar after 8 p.m. Timothy Morgan Taylor, President of the American Sleep Medicine Association, said that going to bed early and getting up early can enhance immunity and help fight against the invasion of viruses such as colds. Moreover, adequate sleep can greatly reduce the risk of heart disease, kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke and other chronic diseases. Even if I get sick, I will recover faster. A recent study in Sweden confirmed that people who lack sleep look worse. Most of the participants thought that “people who go to bed late and have a poor rest” looked less attractive, had worse skin color and were more difficult to approach.
Again, going to bed early is conducive to improving interpersonal relationships. A study by the University of Pennsylvania in the United States found that sleeping only 4.5 hours a night can significantly increase the probability of being irritable, irritable, sad and emotionally out of control, and make it easier to quarrel and misunderstand with others. Once the normal sleep time is restored, these problems will be significantly improved.
Going to bed early can improve attention, reduce the risk of car accidents, and improve work efficiency. The AAA study found that compared with those who sleep 8 hours a night, those who sleep 6-7 hours a night have a doubled risk of car accidents, and those who sleep 5 hours or less have a five fold increased risk of car accidents. The study confirmed that those who went to bed early scored 30% higher on crossword puzzles than those who were night owls. The key reason is that adequate sleep is beneficial to improving brain attention and memory, and can help people better solve complex problems.
In addition, studies have found that going to bed early is easier to cultivate people’s good sleep habits, to get up on time, and to welcome the arrival of the new day more refreshed.