Behavioural

Social Jet Lag Is Driving Obesity And Illness

Posted on 20 January 2015

Researchers have discovered that the body clock becomes confused by changing sleep patterns when people are not at work, which they have termed ‘social jet lag.’

A study of more than 800 people found that those with a greater difference in sleep between free days and work days are more likely to be obese and suffer from obesity-related disease, than those with little to no difference between these timings.

Read the full article at The Telegraph 


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