Long holidays are dangerous

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Long sleep to compensate for fatigue and insomnia is a myth.

According to Sputnik, the sonologist of the Sechnov Medical Academy in Russia, Mikhail Poloviktov, has stated that prolonged sleep to compensate for fatigue and insomnia is a myth.

According to him, long days off on weekends, which can be used to compensate for insomnia during the week and relieve fatigue, can be a reason for serious illnesses such as diabetes and circulatory system-related illnesses.

Excessive sleep slows down the process of mental abilities and prolongs the sleep, damaging the spine. It is possible that disruption of the exchange process may lead to "fat accumulation". The Russian sonologist advised to avoid exercise before bedtime.



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