Good night’s sleep is of utmost importance, and your body needs time to rest and rebuild their systems. But many people have irregular pattern of sleep and insomnia is the leading cause of development of many diseases.

According to the National Foundation for sleep, the recommended number of hours of sleep depends on adult factor. The quality of your sleep determines the energy that you have during the day and affect your health.

Sleep disorders are caused by many factors. Stress and modern technology are most common. Stress stimulates the secretion of cortisol. Excessive secretion of stress hormones causes sleep disorder, illness and discomfort.

Light-free technology blocks the production of melatonin.

Unhealthy patterns of sleep often leads to fatigue, and can not make decisions, to concentrate, to think clearly, even to eat. Scientists have now confirmed the link between sleep disturbances and health problems.

If you sleep less than five hours a night, your heart will suffer. Sleep less than 7 hours creates perfect conditions for developing serious health problems such as uncontrolled weight gain and diabetes. Try to sleep well, and your body will thank you.

Charles Kzejsler, a professor at Harvard University, gathered a team of experts and make wonderful research. They went through numerous studies conducted between 2004 and 2014.

The goal of their research was determining the appropriate number of hours of sleep for every age group. They are also studying the effects of sleep on overall health.

Here are the results of the Czeisler research:

Newborn (0-3 months) – 14-17 hours.
Babies (4-11 months) – 12-15 hours.
Children (1-2 years) – 11-14 hours.
Preschool (3-5 years) – 10-13 hours.
Age of the school (6-13 years) – 9-11 hours.
Teenagers (14-17 years old) – 8-10 hours.
Youth (18-25 years) – 7-9 hours.
Adults (26-64 years) – 7-9 hours.
Elderly (over 65) – 7-8 hours.

Insufficient sleep leads to serious health problems, so try to get enough rest at night.

 

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Good night's sleep is of utmost importance, and your body needs time to rest and rebuild their systems. But many people have irregular pattern of sleep and insomnia is the leading cause of development of many diseases. According to the National Foundation for sleep, the recommended number of hours of...