Staying in shape requires more than diet and exercise. You need to change your bad habits, such as those of sleeping in the room with the TV on
. If you do not turn off the device while you sleep, you can spend more weight. This emerges from a study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine .
At night on artificial light for women is associated with a higher probability of becoming overweight.
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For the study, the researchers tracked nearly 44,000 healthy women aged 35 to 74 years . Many, about 17,000, slept with a night light in the room, for example an alarm clock, while over 1
3,000 outside the room lit a light and slept about 5,000 with a TV or monitor in the bedroom. At baseline, participants were overweight in many cases but not yet obese, and none worked with shifts that could disrupt sleep cycles. After nearly six years of aftercare, those who slept in the room with a television or light had 22% more chances to become overweight and 33% more likely to become obese than those who slept in the dark more total
"That Turning off all bedtime lights could decrease the likelihood that women will become overweight, "said Yong-moon Park a researcher at the National Institutes of Health at the Research Park Triangle in North Carolina. Worldwide, according to the World Health Organization, 1.9 billion adults are overweight or obese. This disease can increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes, kidney problems, joint disease and some cancers.
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