Shift work linked to sleep problems, poor metabolic health

SHAFAQNA- According to Medicalnewstodys reported that Dolly Parton once sang that working 9-5 is “all taking and no giving,” but working outside of these hours may take away much more – when it comes to our health, at least. A new study finds people who work shifts are more likely to have sleep problems than people who follow conventional work schedules, which may raise their risk of metabolic disorders such as obesity and diabetes.Lead investigator Dr. Marjory Givens, an associate scientist at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in Madison, and colleagues published their findings in Sleep Health – a journal of the National Sleep Foundation.

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