is there a difference of outcomes on physical effects if you either sleep late or wake up early

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is there a difference of outcomes on physical effects if you either sleep late or wake up early

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Anonymous 0 Comments

Assuming you don’t mean waking up early and losing sleep, just waking up in the morning as opposed to later in the day, the obvious one is a potential lack of sunlight if you’re waking up late into the day. Long term lack of sun can lead to many problems, including depression, weakened bones, and immunity compromise. It will also alter your circadian rhythm which can have its own problems.

Anonymous 0 Comments

Studies have shown what matters most is routine. If you regularly go to bed later and still wake up after 6-8 hours that’s totally fine. Studies show that people who get that time in bed often have enough REM and deep sleep to heal their body etc. a really important thing to sleep is letting the light change naturally around you, for me personally, if I watch a sunset I will likely fall asleep a couple hours later and wake up after 7-8 hours