Monday , August 8 2022

Deviation can cause depression, anxiety and even diabetes


It does not sleep well, it can cause immune system, cardiovascular, metabolic and neurological disorders, depression, anxiety and even diabetes.

Psychiatrist Margarita Reyes Zúñiga, National Institute of Nuclear Diseases Institute (INER) Sleep Medicine Unit, yesterday explained that sleeping hours are a balanced diet or physical activity.

"It does not sleep because the body causes the alert system to activate and therefore the growth of adrenaline is greater, such as heart failure, sweating, heart palpitations, headache, anxiety, anxiety and irritability," he said.

Sleep deprivation is another consequence of weakening the immune system so that less infections can be healed against infections.

In relation to metabolic diseases, diabetes, hypertension and hypercholesterolemia, the expert said that deprivation of sleep causes appetite growth and may alter more nutrition, blood glucose and other metabolic parameters.

Reyes Zúñiga explained that sleeping times vary according to age, for example, newborns should sleep 18 hours, preschoolers 10 to 12 hours, while taking eight hours and adults for at least seven hours

According to the results of Midway 2016 (Ensanut) Health and Nutrition Survey, 40% of adults have less than seven hours.

60% of older schoolchildren last 9 hours, "in a country that partially exposes childhood obesity epidemic."

In order to avoid changes in the adult population cycle, you should try to match it and do not consume coffee or alcohol at night, avoid going to bed three hours before and fry.

It is also advisable to not be too dark or quiet if the bedroom is not very cold or cold.

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