Teens who went to bed late, and, consequently, Wake up late in the morning, are more likely to suffer from allergies and asthma. To this conclusion, reported online edition of “Interesting news” referring to the publication in the publication of ERJ Open Research, researchers from Canada.
Existing scientific publications indicate that asthma is a disease that more than closely associated with the biological clock of the body. But until now, no studies that would allow to see how sleep in adolescents is correlated with risk of asthma and allergies.
“Asthma and allergic reactions are becoming more and more urgent issue for adolescents worldwide. We know that this happens due to exposure to polluted air, but it is not the only factor. A role to play and brought down the regime of the day, typical of many modern teenagers”, says Dr. Subhabrata Moitra, fellow, Department of pulmonary medicine at the University of Alberta.
The researchers analyzed the results of the study, which was attended by one and a half thousand teenagers from West Bengal (India) and found that among those who go to bed later, asthma occurs three times more often. Plus, they have twice the risk of developing allergic rhinitis than adolescents who adhere to the normal sleep mode.