Those younger children who sleep less than a dozen ounces at night are twice as likely to become overweight or conceived after a year, an American study concluded.The University of California and Washington University in Seattle investigated the relationship between sleep and body weight in children under the age of 13 in the 1930s. The children all participated in a survey in 1997 and then another five years later in 2002.
Children who were so young at the time of the first survey, and sleeping less than ten at night, were approximately twice as likely to be overcharged or delayed to the second. Older children did not find such a correlation between the two evaluations, but those who slept less during the second examination were more likely to be overweight.
As researcher Janice F. Bell said, her duration can be "critical" for the later development of body weight. , between five and ten people should sleep 10-11 hours a day. Teenagers are advised to sleep between 8.5 and 9.25 hrs at night.
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Significantly, Bell and his colleagues emphasized that there were several previous studies that related to overweight and obsolescence, as well as . The study was published in the September issue of the journal Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.