Unalala saa ngapi kwa siku? Ona madhara ya kutolala vizuri

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Wataalam kutoka Kituo cha Kukinga na Kudhibiti Magonjwa cha Marekani CDC wanashauri watu wazima kupata masaa 7 hadi 8 ya kulala kila siku.

Wanasema ukosefu wa usingizi wa kutosha unahusishwa na hatari ya kupata magonjwa sugu ikiwemo Kisukari, Magonjwa wa Moyo na Mishipa, Unene kupita kiasi na Msongo wa mawazo.

Dalili za matatizo ya kukosa usingizi mzuri ni pamoja na kujisikia uchovu hata baada ya kupata usingizi wa kutosha, kuamka mara kwa mara wakati wa usiku, kukoroma au kupumua kwa kutumia mdomo badala ya pua.

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Sleep and Chronic Disease

As chronic diseases have assumed an increasingly common role in premature death and illness, interest in the role of sleep health in the development and management of chronic diseases has grown. Notably, insufficient sleep has been linked to the development and management of a number of chronic diseases and conditions, including type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression.

Diabetes
Research has found that insufficient sleep is linked to an increased risk for the development of type 2 diabetes. Specifically, sleep duration and quality have emerged as predictors of levels of Hemoglobin A1c, an important marker of blood sugar control. Recent research suggests that optimizing sleep duration and quality may be important means of improving blood sugar control in persons with type 2 diabetes.

Cardiovascular Disease

Persons with sleep apnea have been found to be at increased risk for a number of cardiovascular diseases. Notably, hypertension, stroke, coronary heart disease and irregular heartbeats (cardiac arrhythmias) have been found to be more common among those with disordered sleep than their peers without sleep abnormalities. Likewise, sleep apnea and hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) appear to share some common physiological characteristics, further suggesting that sleep apnea may be an important predictor of cardiovascular disease.

Obesity

Laboratory research has found that short sleep duration results in metabolic changes that may be linked to obesity. Epidemiologic studies conducted in the community have also revealed an association between short sleep duration and excess body weight. This association has been reported in all age groups—but has been particularly pronounced in children. It is believed that sleep in childhood and adolescence is particularly important for brain development and that insufficient sleep in youngsters may adversely affect the function of a region of the brain known as the hypothalamus, which regulates appetite and the expenditure of energy.3

Depression

The relationship between sleep and depression is complex. While sleep disturbance has long been held to be an important symptom of depression, recent research has indicated that depressive symptoms may decrease once sleep apnea has been effectively treated and sufficient sleep restored. The interrelatedness of sleep and depression suggests it is important that the sleep sufficiency of persons with depression be assessed and that symptoms of depression be monitored among persons with a sleep disorder.

 

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Wataalam kutoka Kituo cha Kukinga na Kudhibiti Magonjwa cha Marekani CDC wanashauri watu wazima kupata masaa 7 hadi 8 ya kulala kila siku.

Wanasema ukosefu wa usingizi wa kutosha unahusishwa na hatari ya kupata magonjwa sugu ikiwemo Kisukari, Magonjwa wa Moyo na Mishipa, Unene kupita kiasi na Msongo wa mawazo.

Dalili za matatizo ya kukosa usingizi mzuri ni pamoja na kujisikia uchovu hata baada ya kupata usingizi wa kutosha, kuamka mara kwa mara wakati wa usiku, kukoroma au kupumua kwa kutumia mdomo badala ya pua.

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Sleep and Chronic Disease

As chronic diseases have assumed an increasingly common role in premature death and illness, interest in the role of sleep health in the development and management of chronic diseases has grown. Notably, insufficient sleep has been linked to the development and management of a number of chronic diseases and conditions, including type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression.

Diabetes
Research has found that insufficient sleep is linked to an increased risk for the development of type 2 diabetes. Specifically, sleep duration and quality have emerged as predictors of levels of Hemoglobin A1c, an important marker of blood sugar control. Recent research suggests that optimizing sleep duration and quality may be important means of improving blood sugar control in persons with type 2 diabetes.

Cardiovascular Disease

Persons with sleep apnea have been found to be at increased risk for a number of cardiovascular diseases. Notably, hypertension, stroke, coronary heart disease and irregular heartbeats (cardiac arrhythmias) have been found to be more common among those with disordered sleep than their peers without sleep abnormalities. Likewise, sleep apnea and hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) appear to share some common physiological characteristics, further suggesting that sleep apnea may be an important predictor of cardiovascular disease.

Obesity

Laboratory research has found that short sleep duration results in metabolic changes that may be linked to obesity. Epidemiologic studies conducted in the community have also revealed an association between short sleep duration and excess body weight. This association has been reported in all age groups—but has been particularly pronounced in children. It is believed that sleep in childhood and adolescence is particularly important for brain development and that insufficient sleep in youngsters may adversely affect the function of a region of the brain known as the hypothalamus, which regulates appetite and the expenditure of energy.3

Depression

The relationship between sleep and depression is complex. While sleep disturbance has long been held to be an important symptom of depression, recent research has indicated that depressive symptoms may decrease once sleep apnea has been effectively treated and sufficient sleep restored. The interrelatedness of sleep and depression suggests it is important that the sleep sufficiency of persons with depression be assessed and that symptoms of depression be monitored among persons with a sleep disorder.

Inawezekana...a long as data is given by CDC is most likely to be reliable anyway
 

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Wataalam kutoka Kituo cha Kukinga na Kudhibiti Magonjwa cha Marekani CDC wanashauri watu wazima kupata masaa 7 hadi 8 ya kulala kila siku.

Wanasema ukosefu wa usingizi wa kutosha unahusishwa na hatari ya kupata magonjwa sugu ikiwemo Kisukari, Magonjwa wa Moyo na Mishipa, Unene kupita kiasi na Msongo wa mawazo.

Dalili za matatizo ya kukosa usingizi mzuri ni pamoja na kujisikia uchovu hata baada ya kupata usingizi wa kutosha, kuamka mara kwa mara wakati wa usiku, kukoroma au kupumua kwa kutumia mdomo badala ya pua.

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Sleep and Chronic Disease

As chronic diseases have assumed an increasingly common role in premature death and illness, interest in the role of sleep health in the development and management of chronic diseases has grown. Notably, insufficient sleep has been linked to the development and management of a number of chronic diseases and conditions, including type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression.

Diabetes
Research has found that insufficient sleep is linked to an increased risk for the development of type 2 diabetes. Specifically, sleep duration and quality have emerged as predictors of levels of Hemoglobin A1c, an important marker of blood sugar control. Recent research suggests that optimizing sleep duration and quality may be important means of improving blood sugar control in persons with type 2 diabetes.

Cardiovascular Disease

Persons with sleep apnea have been found to be at increased risk for a number of cardiovascular diseases. Notably, hypertension, stroke, coronary heart disease and irregular heartbeats (cardiac arrhythmias) have been found to be more common among those with disordered sleep than their peers without sleep abnormalities. Likewise, sleep apnea and hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) appear to share some common physiological characteristics, further suggesting that sleep apnea may be an important predictor of cardiovascular disease.

Obesity

Laboratory research has found that short sleep duration results in metabolic changes that may be linked to obesity. Epidemiologic studies conducted in the community have also revealed an association between short sleep duration and excess body weight. This association has been reported in all age groups—but has been particularly pronounced in children. It is believed that sleep in childhood and adolescence is particularly important for brain development and that insufficient sleep in youngsters may adversely affect the function of a region of the brain known as the hypothalamus, which regulates appetite and the expenditure of energy.3

Depression

The relationship between sleep and depression is complex. While sleep disturbance has long been held to be an important symptom of depression, recent research has indicated that depressive symptoms may decrease once sleep apnea has been effectively treated and sufficient sleep restored. The interrelatedness of sleep and depression suggests it is important that the sleep sufficiency of persons with depression be assessed and that symptoms of depression be monitored among persons with a sleep disorder.

Hizi tafiti za kupotosha weusi walale masaa mengi wawe masikini wkt wao weupe wanakesha kwy kamari kusaka fedha.
 

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Wataalam kutoka Kituo cha Kukinga na Kudhibiti Magonjwa cha Marekani CDC wanashauri watu wazima kupata masaa 7 hadi 8 ya kulala kila siku.

Wanasema ukosefu wa usingizi wa kutosha unahusishwa na hatari ya kupata magonjwa sugu ikiwemo Kisukari, Magonjwa wa Moyo na Mishipa, Unene kupita kiasi na Msongo wa mawazo.

Dalili za matatizo ya kukosa usingizi mzuri ni pamoja na kujisikia uchovu hata baada ya kupata usingizi wa kutosha, kuamka mara kwa mara wakati wa usiku, kukoroma au kupumua kwa kutumia mdomo badala ya pua.

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Sleep and Chronic Disease

As chronic diseases have assumed an increasingly common role in premature death and illness, interest in the role of sleep health in the development and management of chronic diseases has grown. Notably, insufficient sleep has been linked to the development and management of a number of chronic diseases and conditions, including type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression.

Diabetes
Research has found that insufficient sleep is linked to an increased risk for the development of type 2 diabetes. Specifically, sleep duration and quality have emerged as predictors of levels of Hemoglobin A1c, an important marker of blood sugar control. Recent research suggests that optimizing sleep duration and quality may be important means of improving blood sugar control in persons with type 2 diabetes.

Cardiovascular Disease

Persons with sleep apnea have been found to be at increased risk for a number of cardiovascular diseases. Notably, hypertension, stroke, coronary heart disease and irregular heartbeats (cardiac arrhythmias) have been found to be more common among those with disordered sleep than their peers without sleep abnormalities. Likewise, sleep apnea and hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) appear to share some common physiological characteristics, further suggesting that sleep apnea may be an important predictor of cardiovascular disease.

Obesity

Laboratory research has found that short sleep duration results in metabolic changes that may be linked to obesity. Epidemiologic studies conducted in the community have also revealed an association between short sleep duration and excess body weight. This association has been reported in all age groups—but has been particularly pronounced in children. It is believed that sleep in childhood and adolescence is particularly important for brain development and that insufficient sleep in youngsters may adversely affect the function of a region of the brain known as the hypothalamus, which regulates appetite and the expenditure of energy.3

Depression

The relationship between sleep and depression is complex. While sleep disturbance has long been held to be an important symptom of depression, recent research has indicated that depressive symptoms may decrease once sleep apnea has been effectively treated and sufficient sleep restored. The interrelatedness of sleep and depression suggests it is important that the sleep sufficiency of persons with depression be assessed and that symptoms of depression be monitored among persons with a sleep disorder.

Yesu mwenyewe alikuwa halali na hana mahali pa kulala tena kasema kesheni mkiomba.... wewe unatudanganya tuwe tunalala misaa yote hiyo ili uje kuturoga!......subutu!
 
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