Sleep Scientist Claims That Nature Wanted Us to Start Our Day at 10 A.M

“We’ve got a sleep-deprived society. It is hugely damaging on the body’s systems because you are affecting physical, emotional and performance systems in the body,”

Yes, you read that correctly! New research verifies that it's not just about you not being a morning person, it's because Nature intended for you to rest more.

Paul Kelley, a researcher at the famous Oxford University’s Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute, shared his remarkable findings with the British Science Festival regarding the plausible fact that people should officially start at 10 a.m. if they are to maintain their personal health and also perform as best as they can and be of service to society.

The Huffington Post reports;

Adults older than 55, by contrast, may find early wake times less onerous because circadian rhythms shift forward as we age, according to the National Sleep Foundation.

The vast majority of the workforce doesn’t fall into that age range, however. Millennial workers between the ages of 18 and 34 make up the largest share of the American workforce, accounting for one in three employees, according to the Pew Research Center.

For those affected, sleep deprivation can cause health problems including depression, an increased risk of substance abuse, and a higher risk of obesity.

What’s more, not getting enough sleep can occasionally be fatal: Teens who are sleep deprived, for example, are more likely to get into car accidents on their way to school than their well-rested classmates, part of the reason many schools are examining the benefits of later start times.

But this sleep deprivation isn’t just an issues for kids and teens or regular office workers, according to Kelley. It extends to all institutions, including hospitals and prisons. “They wake up people and give people food they don’t want,” he said.

These populations, Kelly said, are more “biddable” if they are suffering from sleep deprivation. “You’re totally out of it,” he explained, according to The Telegraph. “Sleep deprivation is a torture.”
So there it is, sleep deprivation is literally like torture.

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