It’s not good to go to bed early and go to bed late. It is good for your health to fall asleep at the best time to sleep.

According to the latest research from the European Heart Association (ESC), there is a clear link between sleep time and cardiovascular disease risk, and going to bed too early and going to bed too late is not good for your health.

The study took 88,026 subjects between the ages of 43-79 from the UK Biobank, recorded their sleep with a wristband during the process, and asked the participants about their lifestyle, health, Physical assessment, etc. And after adjusting for age, gender, body mass index, diabetes, blood pressure and other confounding factors, compared with other ordinary people.

Its findings found that sleeping before 10 p.m. was associated with a 24 percent increased risk of cardiovascular disease. And going to bed between 11-12 pm was associated with a 12% increased risk of cardiovascular disease. In addition, going to bed at 12 p.m. and later increases the risk of cardiovascular disease by 25%. It can be seen that 10-11 pm is “the best time to fall asleep!”

According to a study published in the international medical journal Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 6 hours of sleep each night is the minimum amount of sleep needed to maintain optimal health in adults. So, if you sleep less than 6 hours a day, the negative emotions and physical symptoms will get worse and the most increase. Continued lack of sleep can create a vicious cycle, and the impact on physical and mental health will be lasting. Therefore, in the case of the cooperation of relevant conditions, try to ensure that you have a rest at 10-11 o’clock in the evening. If there is no way to choose a sleep time, try to ensure a sleep time of 6 hours a day.

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