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Could Sleeping In Be Bad For You?

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Sleeping in on the weekend breaks could be poor for your health and wellness. Poise Baldridge, John Iadarola, Kim Horcher, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you about the latest sleep research study. Tell us just what you assume in the remark area listed below.

" Social jet lag– the term wherefore takes place to your body when you stay up late and oversleep on the weekend breaks– may contribute to poor wellness, worse mood, and tiredness– even if you still obtain the "ideal" amount of sleep every night. A preliminary brand-new study discovered that every hour sleep was moved weekly was associated with an 11 percent increased danger of heart problem.

The brand-new searchings for existed today at the annual meeting of the Associated Expert Sleep Societies, LLC– a joint endeavor in between the American Academy of Sleep Medication and the Rest Study Culture. The full research study has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed medical journal, but the writers say their searchings for seem to show the value of sleep consistency on general health.

To study the impact of altered weekend rest patterns, researchers considered survey responses from roughly 1,000 adults ages 22 to 60. To identify participants' typical amount of social jet lag, they subtracted weekday from weekend break sleep middles– if an individual reported sleeping from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. on weeknights (axis 3 a.m.) and also from 1 a.m. to 9 a.m. on weekends (omphalos 5 a.m.), as an example, that's a two-hour distinction."

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28 comments

  1. Posted by Name is bad Motherf*****, at Reply

    not a fan of that freddy kruger shirt

  2. Posted by Mazi Ortega, at Reply

    i see alot of haters in the comments section

  3. Posted by امــل, at Reply

    Sleep is life shut up

    • Posted by Ike's Lions Den, at Reply

      sleep is the cousin of death

  4. Posted by tawonga munyanduri, at Reply

    well they better just give me the heart disease now because I’m never gonna stop sleeping in on weekends

  5. Posted by Rumpled Trumpskin, at Reply

    I’m not a fan of self-reported studies.

  6. Posted by Chunk Oooger, at Reply

    is becoming a Muslim terrorist suicide bomber bad for you? TYT wants to study this

    • Posted by Will Wright, at Reply

      Is becoming a Simpleton bad for you? +Chunk Oooger is conducting a study on this!

  7. Posted by RARE non-normie left winger, at Reply

    Stop mining articles from 2007

    • Posted by Spoder Man, at Reply

      TYT should stop all together

  8. Posted by njintau, at Reply

    You guys should’ve stopped at “yet to be peer reviewed.” A study that hasn’t been peer reviewed is about as worthless as an opinion piece by some dude.

  9. Posted by Vamphaery, at Reply

    Well I’m screwed then lol. Delayed sleep phase syndrome for the loss.

  10. Posted by Remo, at Reply

    Posting this video is bad for me

    • Posted by Simone VC, at Reply

      Remo lmao same. my sleep is all over the place 24/7

    • Posted by Remo, at Reply

      ditto haha

  11. Posted by KW C., at Reply

    I love to sleep in so suck it give me some heart disease

  12. Posted by James Eslick, at Reply

    Sleeping and dreaming about fake news is bad for you.

  13. Posted by Best Compilation, at Reply

    And here is that title John knew would be there

  14. Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

    Is having a loaded firearm in your lap while a cop has his gun drawn bad for you?

  15. Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

    Surprise, surprise. A dumb soft-news item about nothing turns out to be a Grace story.

  16. Posted by bigraviolees, at Reply

    Being alive is a lethal condition

    • Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

      Being born is a death sentence.

  17. Posted by KarmaLost, at Reply

    Being poor in the US can be bad for you.

  18. Posted by Hexx Bombastus, at Reply

    Waking me up may increase your risk of bodily harm…

  19. Posted by elmateo77, at Reply

    This study is bullshit. because:
    1. Nowhere near a large enough sample size. Out of 1000 people they surveyed how many do you think even got heart disease?
    2. Self reporting is almost never accurate, especially when it comes to long term trends like eating or sleeping habits.
    3. The study didn’t do anything to determine cause vs affect. Does shifting sleep make you unhealthy? Or do unhealthy people shift their sleep schedule more?
    I wish news media would stop reporting essentially meaningless studies like this one.

    • Posted by Velta Moriya, at Reply

      People who sleep in on the weekends are stressed out and don’t get enough sleep. That’s why there is a correlation.

    • Posted by Ethan Davidson, at Reply

      Most working people do not get enough sleep. Weekends are the only time they can catch up. If they sleep enough, then yeah, try to keep the same schedule.

    • Posted by Rebecca Mead, at Reply

      elmateo77 ..LoL…I had meningitis & sleep around 2 solid hours a night now. I also have heart disease. Just based on that you would think there was a correlation. However, there isn’t. Heart disease was congenital birth defect. This study has a looooong way to go & they better have empirical evidence to back it before they send it off to peer review!! 😜👍