Feeling lonely after breakup is something which most of the teens must have experienced some or the other point of life, but not many of them have felt that it could have killed their sound sleep.
Sleeping disorders have always been discussed by experts, and much has been said over them. On the same lines, a recent research has claimed that people who don’t feel like mixing up with others could be more at a risk of having bad sleep.
For the study, a team led by Lianne Kurina, PhD, of the Department of Health Studies at the University of Chicago, did comparative analysis of a specific section of population of 95 adults in rural South Dakota on the basis of their sleeping cycles, and found that secluded ones are more likely to face problems in having sound sleep.
The team managed to find that when people were woken up in the mid of night, their insulin sensitivity gets affected and that’s what make them at the escalated risk of type 2 diabetes and many other health concerns.
It’s known that insufficient or fragmented sleep has its own side effects and that’s why experts recommend for stress-free sleep, but there are some unavoidable circumstances which could make one have broken sleep.
The team is concerned about the fact that feeling left out could make one suffer from range of health concerns, including depression and that’s what the team wants to ensure that nobody gets into.
"What we found was that loneliness does not appear to change the total amount of sleep in individuals, but awakens them more times during the night”, said Kurina, while saying that one must take ensure that having sound sleep has vital role in instigating health.
Published today in the journal Sleep, the research has once again surfaced the simmering association between loneliness and having disrupted sleep.
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