Study Shows Health Benefits After Months of Regular Sleeping

By Trista
Study Shows Health Benefits After Months of Regular Sleeping

In young adults, an irregular bedtime schedule has emerged as a prevalent problem. You ask yourself all the time what makes it so difficult for me to sleep peacefully — the mind-wrecking moments of failing to sleep keeps on bothering you time and again. Well, sleep deprivation could be a factor detrimentally affecting your daily sleep. Many people assume that if they devote themselves for eight hours in bed, they achieve their daily requirements for rest and rejuvenation. 

However, what they don’t know is when they are in bed, the number of times they wake up throughout the night, constant turning and tossing under the cover, and other factors all can cut down on the quality and quantity of that sleep. To make it worse, if you are inclined to take sleeping pills, it can be a sign that you are experiencing a serious condition affecting your sleep!    

Getting eight hours of sleep every day can be difficult for more people. Pixabay.

Is Irregular Sleep a Disorder?

Are you feeling tired and exhausted due to the lack of sleep? This might be because you are continually experiencing irregular sleep, or medically known as a sleep disorder, leaving you with symptoms like irregular breathing during your sleep, daytime sleepiness, irregular sleep-wake cycle, and having a hard time falling asleep in the first place. As a result, your body produces less HGH or human growth hormones that can affect your overall health! 

People with sleep disorders experience disrupted sleep that is often unstructured. According to a study published in 2009, it was stated that the most extended duration of continuous sleep is between the hours of 2 AM and 6 AM. Experts say that people with irregular sleep aren’t considered sleep-deprived. They do sleep for 7-8 hours or more, but their sleep cycle isn’t concentrated into seven to eight hours instead spread over 24 hours.