Late to Bed, Early to Die? Night Owls May Die Sooner

Late to Bed, Early to Die? Night Owls May Die Sooner

Late to Bed, Early to Die? Night Owls May Die Sooner

"For nocturnal people, trying to live in a morning world, can have health consequences", said Kristen Knutson from the Northwestern University, in Chicago, and one of the study's co-authors.

The researchers did not look at the specific causes of death, but they think that night owls are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease and certain cancer types such as breast cancer and prostate cancer.

Previous studies have found that staying up late has bad effects on the heart and metabolism.

"The next thing is what sort of intervention can we develop and test to see can we improve the health and well-being of people who are night owls", Knutson said.

"Whether or not you're a night owl is partly determined by your genes, which obviously you can't change, but it's not entirely a given", Knutson said.

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"It could be that people who are up late have an internal biological clock that doesn't match their external environment", Knutson said in a statement.

The volunteers involved in the study were self-characterized either as "definite morning type" (27%), "moderate morning type" (35%), "moderate evening type" (28%) or "definite evening type" (9%). They were asked to identify as a "definite morning type" a "more a morning person than evening person", "moderate evening type" or a "definite an evening person".

It's unclear why night owls are more likely to die than the early risers in this period - and the study only established a correlation between the two, not cause and effect. You can't suddenly tonight just go to bed three hours earlier.

"You also need to really avoid light at night, including your smartphone and your tablets", she added. Getting your boss to let you clock in to work later in the day could help, too. "That not only makes it hard to fall asleep; it's also a signal to your clock to start being later again". "So it was really something about being a true evening type that was problematic". This is why this issue, paired with an irregular schedule, might in time lead to serious health issues.

That will be up to future research to find out, the scientists said.

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Although the researchers controlled for ethnicity, almost 94% of the participants identified as Caucasian, meaning the results may not be generalizable to other demographics, according to Zeitzer.

"If you looked in Spain, where people are much later in terms of when they go to work", he told CNN, "my guess is that the health consequences are probably less than in the United Kingdom".

He suggested a few ways society could help night owls. He also argued that the study is heavily based on findings from white Britons.

There are many other problems that come with being a night owl.

She went on to reveal that "It could be psychological stress, eating at the wrong time for the body, not exercising enough, not sleeping enough, being awake at night by yourself, maybe drug or alcohol use".

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