Staying up into the early hours – after which getting up later than through the week – can cause heart disease , warn scientists.
Often known as ‘social jet lag’, it raises the danger of Britain’s No. 1 killer by eleven % for every hour’s difference in sleep patterns.
The research revealed in Sleep discovered it’s associated with poorer health, worse temper and increased sleepiness and fatigue.
Lead writer Sierra Forbush stated the phenomenon has emerged as an essential ‘body clock marker’ for health.
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