An English study suggests that late risers may be at increased risk of breast cancer due to a delayed biological clock. Unfortunately for them, there would be no change in adopting new habits.
The future belongs to those who rise early, saying the saying. It is probably more true than we think if we interpret the term "future" in the sense of "long life". This is really what a recent study by the University of Bristol, England suggests: Researchers have found that early in the morning people are less likely to get breast cancer after analyzing thousands and thousands of data. Early rises are much between 40 and 48 percent less likely to suffer from the disease. And bad news for those struggling to show up in the morning: there's not much to do there, because this property is partly genetic. In fact, this other type of human being would be affected by a genetic mutation that causes them to delay its biological clock. Therefore, of course, they arise later when they have the opportunity. The study in question successfully linked the current mutation to an increased risk of breast cancer.
You can not change habits
At the same time it was found that sleep more than the recommended time could be harmful: over 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night would increase the risk of breast cancer in women by 20% (per hour extra sleep!). This is not negligible, yes … The author of the study, Dr Rebecca Richmond, go back to the research steps. " By analyzing genetic variants, people's preferences for morning or evening, sleep time and the tendency for insomnia, we tried to find out if these aspects did not matter in the risk of being one day affected by breast cancer Explains the expert. And note that " Changing their habits does not necessarily change the risk of breast cancer, the reality is more complex than that "." However, there is the protective effect against the risks of breast cancer in the morning people Ending the doctor And you, what category do you rank? The early ladders, we can say you leave with a head start …