sleep debt accelerates aging


“sleep debt” accelerates aging

Not enough to sleep one day, the immune function will decline on the next day, while the long-term maintenance is less than 6.
After 5 hours of sleep, a “sleep deficit” is formed, shortening the life span.
People who have been insomnia for many years, the rate of aging is normal.
5 to 3 times.
銆€銆€Sleep is everyone’s health needs, but also the basic rights that should be enjoyed, but fast-paced life “swallows” people’s more and more sleep time.
On March 21st, World Sleep Day, the latest figures released by the World Health Organization show that nearly a quarter of the world suffers from insomnia, nearly 8.
600 million people suffer from insomnia and depression, and only 0 in China.
7.5 billion.
At the same time, “sleep well” has brought about various diseases and even shortened people’s life.
銆€銆€As a result, people are increasingly willing to spend money on sleep.
According to statistics, the total sales of the sleeping medicine market in the world has reached several billion US dollars each year, and the sleep-related pillows, mattresses and other industries are booming.
People gradually realized that they must defend their right to “sleep well.”
Among them, about 200 million people are snoring, nearly 300 million are insomnia, and 50 million have had apnea during sleep.
In 2006, surveys in six cities including Beijing and Shanghai showed that the incidence of sleep disorders in adults in the past year was 57%, and 39% of patients were affected by their daily activities.
Han Fang, deputy director of the Sleep Disorders Clinic of Peking University People’s Hospital, pointed out that according to the international classification of sleep diseases published in 2005, there are more than 90 kinds of sleep diseases caused by external or internal factors, including insomnia, sleep apnea syndrome and other diseases.The rate is high among the Chinese.
銆€銆€Sleep conditions in other countries are also not optimistic.
Professor Shen Yang of the Department of Neurology, Peking University Third Hospital, said that the epidemiological survey (on the first edition) showed that 33% of Americans suffer from insomnia, and 4% to 22% of people in Europe are affected.
The latest survey by the National Sleep Foundation in the United States in March showed that Americans work an average of 9 hours and 28 minutes a day, sleeping for only 6 hours and 40 minutes.
About 70 million people in the United States are insomnia.
Among them, women are more serious, 2/3 of women sleep well, and nearly 30% of women often take sleeping pills.
銆€銆€According to data from France, 53% of people 鈥渨ant to lie in the daytime鈥? 30% of people have had sleep disorders, and in 2006, this proportion was only 19%.
銆€銆€According to the Australian Sleep Association survey, about 6% of Australians have sleep problems such as insomnia and snoring, and 40% are still weak after a night of sleep.
銆€銆€In Japan, every five years, there is a survey of sleep conditions for 180,000 families of 80,000 families.
The results show that since 1986, Japanese sleep has been decreasing.
Among them, people between the ages of 45 and 49 have the least sleep time.
銆€銆€Not only that, sleep diseases have also shown a trend of aging.
In China, a sleep survey of 30,000 children aged 2-12 years in eight cities showed that the incidence of frequent snoring was 5.
7%, the incidence of sleep apnea is 0.
A comparative study of sleep status among children in China and the United States shows that children in our country sleep on average less than an hour a day than American children.
銆€銆€鈥淪leep debt鈥?makes people lose their health. People can already owe too much 鈥渟leep debt鈥?
What comes with it is physical overdraft, various diseases, and even shortened life.
銆€銆€Relevant literature shows that if you don’t sleep enough in one day, the immune function will decrease on the second day, while the long-term maintenance will be less than 6.
After 5 hours of sleep, a “sleep deficit” is formed, shortening the life span.
People who have been insomnia for many years, the rate of aging is normal.
5 to 3 times.
“Insomnia has become a global threat.Professor Huang Xizhen said that occasional insomnia will cause fatigue and uncoordinated movements the next day, and long-term insomnia may lead to memory impairment.

In addition, lack of sleep can lead to the body’s resistance to disease and rehabilitation, and increase other diseases or diseases that cause complications, such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

Long-term insomnia can even lead to depression.

A follow-up study of 1,200 patients found that people who are often insomnia are five times more likely to develop moderate depression than others.

For children, if they suffer from severe sleep deprivation, they will affect their physical development.

Unfortunately, the number of diagnosed and treated sleep apnea patients is still less than two-thousandths of patients.

In Europe and the United States, patients diagnosed and treated with the disease are close to 10% overlap.