According to a recent study published in the journal One Earth, global warming is causing sleep problems all over the world and it is particularly borne by women and the elderly with serious illnesses. According to the study, the average person actually loses 44 hours of sleep time a year, which means that for 11 nights they sleep less than seven hours, or more than enough sleep.
However, good sleep is the key to health and well-being. However, global warming is raising the night’s temperature faster than the living room, making it more difficult to sleep.
Previous research has shown that higher temperatures are bad for health. Including an increase in the number of heart attacks, suicides and psychological crises, as well as accidents and injuries, and a decrease in the ability to work. However, lost sleep time will also increase with higher temperature, and this will affect some groups more than others.
Sleep is for most of us a very intimate part of our daily routine, we spend nearly a third of our lives sleeping. However, in many countries around the world, more and more people are not getting enough sleep
explained Kelton Minor, a research fellow at the University of Copenhagen. He added that for the first time in their study, they demonstrated worldwide that warmer-than-average temperatures have a bad effect on human sleep. Even more worrying is that, according to researchers There is no indication that people will be able to adapt to a warmer night for akas.
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