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You often “feel wretched” and writhe in bad every morning, so what is the reason?

Finally, scientists find out answer for question: when do we have difficulty in waking up in the morning? The reason is that our biological clock operates with incorrect rules.

We have difficulty in waking up in the morning because our biological clock operates with incorrect rules.

We have difficulty in waking up in the morning because our biological clock operates with incorrect rules.

To people that have stable working schedule, they like to stay in the bed late at the weekends and they don’t have any problems to wake up early. On the contrary, some people consider waking up in the morning is torture. These people have difficulty in waking and working in day and even in the evening, they have difficulty in sleeping and that thing destroyed daily activity rhythm. Although you try to change with all of the ways such as pillow, cushion, taking hypnotic tranquillizer or sip a little of beer and wine to help you sleep easily, all of them aren’t successful. It’s easy to understand when those people have to be tough to move out of beloved bed because their sleep just begins in some short hours.

Australian scientists researched syndrome of disorder of sleep in the first period. According to statistics, this syndrome often takes place to teenagers. In this case, there is relationship between puberty and change of hormone in the body. Over 15% of youth in the aged of 15-18 catch syndrome of disorder of sleep in the first period. The thing that needs to be paid more attention to is that there isn’t anything to ensure that this disease will change positively when age changes. Experts are trying to find out the reason to explain for this syndrome. They believe that the reason can be caused by biological clock inside people’s body that works without synchronicity with biological rhythm and this thing causes the above phenomenon.

Syndrome of disorder of sleep in the first period often takes place to teenagers.

Syndrome of disorder of sleep in the first period often takes place to teenagers.

Most people live suitably with 24-hour biological rhythm. This thing is natural and it affects cycle of waking up and going to bed. Moreover, it also affects production of hormone, immune system, body’s temperature… Experts give attention that people that catch syndrome of having difficulty sleeping need more time to complete each cycle, and this thing means that 24 hours aren’t sufficient to biological clock inside their bodies. Comparing to other people, these people often go to bed later with about 2-3 hours.

The most useful advice is avoiding all kinds of light when you go to bed.

The most useful advice is avoiding all kinds of light when you go to bed.

Australian scientists are trying to research about all of the abilities that can destroy sleep. In addition, they also try to find out some methods to cure and help people that have this syndrome. At this time, the most useful advice is avoiding all kinds of light when you go to bed.

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