Why are long naps bad for you?
Some studies have suggested that taking longer naps can increase levels of inflammation, which is linked to heart disease and increased risk of death. Other research has also connected napping with high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, depression and anxiety.
Do naps shorten your lifespan?
Yes, frequently taking long naps could lower your life expectancy. Naps lasting longer than one hour have been linked to an increased risk of death from all causes. A recent study found that the risk of all-cause mortality increased by 27 percent for long naps, while short daytime naps increased risk by seven percent.
Why am I more tired after a nap?
Why do I feel worse after taking a nap? That familiar groggy feeling is called “sleep inertia,” and it means that your brain wants to keep sleeping and complete a full sleep cycle.
Why do I keep waking up at 3 am?
If you wake up at 3 a.m. or another time and can’t fall right back asleep, it may be for several reasons. These include lighter sleep cycles, stress, or underlying health conditions. Your 3 a.m. awakenings may occur infrequently and be nothing serious, but regular nights like this could be a sign of insomnia.
Why do I wake up tired after 8 hours of sleep?
One of the simplest explanations is that it could be due to your body requiring more rest than the average person. However, it is also likely that your tiredness is due to the lack of quality sleep at night, rather than the quantity of it.
Why am I so angry when I wake up?
Waking up in a bad mood could be diet-related and caused by low blood sugar levels, so it pays to eat well before you head for bed. ‘Some people are more sensitive to low blood sugar than others, which means that their blood sugar levels can fluctuate more easily,’ says Nutritional therapist Jackie Lynch.
Why am I angry at my husband?
There are things your spouse might do that trigger your mind, such as leaving the towels on the floor, the seat up, or the toothpaste cap off. Or maybe not communicating enough, or too much, or lying, or being too honest. Do you see how the anger is triggered in your own mind?