- It turned out to be a "lark" profitable on all counts. Scientists believe that their findings apply to adults. "Owls", which later went late and got up at 1.5 times more likely to have obese than those who went to bed early and get up. In addition, the "night owls" almost twice as likely to complain of lack of energy, and 3 times more likely to exceed the recommended rate of finding physicians front of the TV and the computer (2:00).
All the kids slept the same amount of time. Differed only bedtime and rise. "Our research shows that the time of falling asleep and waking up is even more important than the duration of sleep" - according to researchers from the University of South Australia. They also noted that interesting facts:
"Larks" dedicate physical activity for 27 minutes longer than "owl", and the last 48 minutes longer watching television. The "owls" higher body mass index (BMI), which means overweight or obese. "Owls" more likely to have several brothers and sisters live in major cities.
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