Toronto: A new study has found that more sleep can harm the way the brain works. According to the study, the ability to understand and understand the less sleep that sleeps for more than seven to eight hours at night decreases. Researchers from the Western University of Canada say that 40,000 people from all over the world were involved in the largest research related to sleep initiated in June last year.
This scientific investigation, launched online, included a questionnaire and a series of activities with cognitive performance. Adrian Oven of Western University said that he really wanted to know about the gold habits of people around the world . Certainly, laboratories have been studied on small scale sleep, but they wanted to know how people are sleeping habits in the real world. "Almost half of the participants talked about taking sleep less than 6.3 hours per night The amount of recommended sleeping was less than one hour.
There was a shocking disclosure in it that the performance of sleepers of four hours or less was such that they were 9 years younger than their age. The study published in 'Sleep' magazine claimed that the other surprising finding was that sleep affects all adults equally. The relationship between sleep duration and excessive functional cognitive behavior shows the same in people of all ages. Researchers found that your brain requires seven to eight hours of sleep to function properly and the doctor advises taking such sleep.