According to Adams, a sleep expert at Adelaide University, a survey of nearly 1000 Australians showed that over 1/3 of the Australians were suffering from "social time difference" without the night shift and shift workers, and people working in this situation were usually more likely to catch cold and work worse. . Adams published the research in Journal of sleep medicine.
"People with social time difference are less likely to find signs of their illness than normal people," Adams said. "They just feel uncomfortable and often feel tired, but they still stick to work." no matter which way, it's time to consider the type of employees (in this state) driving and operating. The consequences of dangerous machinery or the spread of infectious diseases. "
The sleep health foundation suggests that people who lack sleep do not play tablets or mobile phones before going to bed, sleep a little early in the evening, get up a little late in the morning, and replenish sleep rather than take a long time to replenish their sleep.
In the past 10 to 15 years, the number of people using smartphones and tablets has risen dramatically, and about 2 billion 670 million people around the world use social software, such as "face books", "Twitter", "Instagram", "Snapchat", "WhatsApp" and "Linked In". At the same time, various online promotions, etc.websiteIt also occupies a lot of rest time. Because the software contains addictive mechanisms, people will be allowed to brush their phones over and over again until less time is left for sleep.
Professor Brook, chairman of the sleep health foundation, said that the lack of sleep in Australia has reached the level of danger, she said: "millions of Australians have no way to get the sleep they need to make themselves happy."
Professor Ace Wood, the head of the association, also held a similar view, saying, "lack of sleep is more likely to be more harmful to daily life than people are aware of. It affects our daily function and deteriorates our health, both in the face of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and depression. And it may take our lives anywhere. "