If you’re one of those people who finds it hard to stay up late and get up in the morning, this is bad news for you.
And the fact is that those who stay up late are more unhappy than those who wake up in the morning.
The claim was made in a study by the University of Warsaw in Poland .
But it’s not just for physical reasons like walking more during the day or getting better sleep.
In fact, people who wake up in the morning have a better mood because they get more support from friends and family.
In contrast, people who stay up late do not adapt to a variety of activities, such as work or school schedules, and may feel less socially supportive.
In fact, people they know think they are lazy or grumpy, and as a result, others do not like to associate with them.
The study involved 1,067 people between the ages of 18 and 55, who were asked to fill out a series of questionnaires to determine their waking hours, as well as how satisfied they are with life. What are their feelings and what are the effects on their personality?
Research has found that people who are more active in the morning get more social support and are more satisfied with their social relationships, which also has a positive effect on their personality.
Researchers say that low daylight and insufficient sleep are also factors that affect the mood of people who stay up late, but social support is the most important factor in this regard.
He said that more social support is usually associated with better sleep quality and reduced risk of sleep problems.
The results of the study were published in the medical journal Journal of Sleep Research.
Earlier , in a study in June 2021, it was stated that going to bed early and waking up at night protects against depression.
The study, published in the medical journal JAMA Psychiatry, found a link between sleeping late at night or waking up early in the morning and depression.
Research has shown that early sleep or late night sleep are inherited habits that are passed on to people during the mother’s womb.
For this study, researchers used 2 genetic bases of more than 800,000 people to conduct a physical trial and a controlled trial on the risk of depression.
They had not only genetic data but also data for the diagnosis of severe depression and details of people’s waking and sleeping times, which people reported themselves and obtained from sleep laboratory records.
This has helped experts to examine a person’s sleep patterns, for example, a person who goes to bed at 10 o’clock in the night wakes up in the morning, the middle part of his sleep is at 2 o’clock in the morning.
Researchers have found that people with the genetic predisposition to wake up early in the morning have a 23% lower risk of developing severe depression.
The researchers said that the data suggest that there are certain trends in society, such as the use of smartphones and other blue light devices at night, which can lead to late going to bed and possibly affect the level of depression. Are compiled.
A May 2021 study compared the sleep habits and illnesses of 172 middle-aged people.
Research has shown that sleeping and waking routines are the most important for humans.
Six out of 10 people in the study were accustomed to waking up in the morning, while 13% went to bed at night.
The rest of the people were somewhere in between.
All three groups in the study had similar weights, but those who stayed up late were more likely to burn more calories at night and were more likely to engage in unhealthy habits such as smoking and not exercising.
All of these factors increase the risk of medical problems.
The study found that 30 percent of those who woke up in the morning had heart disease, but that rate was about 55 percent of those who stayed up late.
Similarly, the risk of type 2 diabetes was found to be 9% in early sleepers and 37% in those who stayed up late.
The results of the third group were similar to those of the early morning group.
“Overall, people who stay up late have a much higher risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes than others,” he said