What are the risks of sleep deprivation?
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how many hours do you sleep
The average sleeping time in Japan is 7 hours and 50 minutes.
This is the second shortest sleep time among the 18 countries measured, following Korea’s 7 hours and 49 minutes.
That’s one hour less than the longest sleep in France, which is 8 hours and 50 minutes.
By age group, those in their 30s sleep the least at 6 hours and 57 minutes, while those in their 40s sleep the second at 6 hours and 59 minutes.
The longest age is 8 hours and 20 minutes for those in their 70s, followed by 8 hours and 10 minutes for those in their teens.
If you look at this, you can see that the child-rearing generation is overwhelmingly lacking sleep time.
You can see this well when you look at the sleeping hours of people in their 70s who have calmed down with child-rearing and work.
There are many people who find it difficult to balance childcare and work, and sleep time is reduced.
For people in their 40s or so
“How long have you been sleeping?”
when I hear
“It’s about five hours.”
It is not uncommon for people to say so.
There are people in the world who are called “short sleepers”.
I’m a person who can get enough sleep for about 3 hours.
At one point, there were many books that recommended short sleepers.
However, since short sleepers are also related to constitution, it is not possible to become a short sleeper even if you try to become a short sleeper.
“Is it really that important to get enough sleep?”
“I don’t feel sleepy when I wake up, so maybe five hours is fine?”
you may say.
However, lack of sleep takes a toll on your body.
This is because human cells are replaced while sleeping.
In other words, it heals while you sleep.
Of course, even 5 hours of sleep will heal in the meantime.
However, if you sleep for 7 hours and if you sleep for 5 hours, there is a difference of 2 hours in healing.
It’s okay for about a day, but the longer this goes on for a week, two weeks, a month, two months, the more areas you can’t heal due to lack of sleep.
as a result
“I’m not feeling well…”
“I’m supposed to be doing what I have to do, but it doesn’t heal…”
What I said is happening.
Even at our clinic, we are treating people who say they are not feeling well even though their spine is in order and their autonomic nerves are well-balanced.
“are you sleeping?”
When asked, most people will answer, “I haven’t been sleeping much lately.”
Lack of sleep has an immediate effect on the state of the body.
So why do you have a lack of sleep?
When I asked why I had to go to bed so late,
“It’s past 12:00 when I take a bath.”
There are many people who say
Should I enter as soon as I get home to the person who says so? when you say
“I don’t feel comfortable until all the work, such as eating, washing, and putting the children to bed, is done.”
This is common in women.
It seems that the laundry is also dried after getting out of the bath.
I think it would be nice if we could run the washing machine while we eat.
“If you turn it at the end, you can also select today’s portion.”
From my point of view, yesterday’s clothes should be washed today and today’s clothes should be washed tomorrow, but this is also a matter of feeling.
This kind of person must feel bad unless everything is “pishi”.
But doing this all the time is exhausting.
This “disgusting” is a problem of feeling, so it can be improved by training.
For example, if you’re cutting your fingernails and leaving only your little finger for the next day, let’s do this! To finish a little before the work I thought,
A little before the point where you say, “I’m sorry if I don’t do this far!”
Aim for 7 hours of sleep.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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