Disadvantages Of Sleeping Too Late Night

Many people do not realize if their Lifestyle sometimes can lead them to bad and even dangerous things. One example is sleeping too late. Yes, this habit is mostly done by people and they feel no negative impacts are felt. Here are some disadvantages of sleeping too late:

Lack of concentration
A well-done and timely night’s sleep has important benefits in optimizing memory in mind, which helps in concentrating. So often sleeping late (which results in the lack of sleep or waking up late) resulted in a drastic reduction in concentration, decreased reasoning ability, decreased alertness, decreased the ability to solve problems.

Insomnia
Often sleeping over 11 pm, making a person susceptible to suffering from insomnia, which occurred in the long run. The perceived consequence is that the body feels to stay in shape even after midnight, then this is a bad thing. Which eventually resulted in the body becomes limp when waking up the next day.

Productivity is disrupted
Sleeping late at night, resulting in daylight while at work, will tend to be drowsy, so that directly affects the decrease in work productivity. Drowsiness is also at risk of accidents while traveling to and from work.

The immune system is decreasing
While sleeping, the immune system produces cytotoxic substances, forming antibodies and cells to fight off infections. Cytoxin and antibodies serve to prevent free radicals, preventing the entry of bacteria and viruses. Cytokines are also substances that can make you sleep and allow time for the immune system to be stronger, so the body is not easy to fall ill.

Premature aging
If observed, many people experience panda eyes after staying up late at night, and this is a lot we see. Sleep effects too late also cause the appearance of fine lines on the face, as well as dark circles around the eyes that are difficult to remove. Late sleep or lack of sleep, resulting in the body producing more hormone cortisol (a hormone that causes stress).

High levels of the hormone cortisol (excessive), can affect skin collagen which is a skin protein to maintain elasticity and smoothness of the skin. While sleeping, the body tosses out toxins that all day into the body, restore stamina and maintain the condition of skin organs.

James W. Wager