Most adults need 7-9 hours of sleep at night to get a good sleep quality. Sleep time of less than 7 or 9 hours can lead to various health problems.What if too much sleep? Some research also suggests it is too much sleep can also increase health problems. Here, seven health problems if you get too much sleep as quoted from Huffingtonpost.1. DepressionBased on the results of the study in 2014, researchers found that too much sleep or long sleep duration may increase a person's risk of becoming depressed. The results showed that those who slept in the period of 7-9 hours at night a 27 percent risk of experiencing depression. While those who slept nine hours or more, 49 per cent risk of experiencing depression.2. Damaging the brain.A study in 2012 showed that too much sleep can impair brain function. Researchers found that women who slept more than nine hours a night or less than five hours, the brain will undergo two years of aging more quickly.As against elderly women, sleeping too much sleep can worsen brain function over six years.3. It is difficult to conceiveFor women, too much sleep also increases the risk of a difficult pregnancy. In 2013, a team of Korean researchers analyzed the sleep habits of 650 women who are going through IVF.The results showed that the highest pregnancy rate in women who sleep a night for 7-8 hours. While the lowest pregnancy rate in women who sleep 9-11 hours at night.A reproductive endocrinologist doctor Evan Rosenbluth said, poor sleep habits can change a person's body sikardian rhythm, hormone secretion, up to a woman's menstrual cycle.4. DiabetesResearchers from Quebec, Canada, also found that people who sleep too much two times more at risk of developing type 2 diabetes than those who sleep enough at night.5. ObesityPeople who are too much sleep are also at risk of becoming obese. Six-year study conducted revealed Quebec, participants were too much sleep more fat than participants whose sleep is enough overnight.
The results showed that those who slept the night during 9-10 hours, 25 per cent more at risk to gain weight as much as 5 kilograms.6. Heart diseaseIn the study were presented in the meeting of the American College of Cardiology in 2012, more than 8 hours of sleep each night also increases the risk of heart problems.
This is evidenced when the researchers analyzed approximately 3,000 people. As a result, those who sleep longer duration, two times more likely to have angina or a disease known as the wind sits, and 1.1 times more at risk of suffering from coronary heart disease.
7. Age shorter lifeA number of studies also associate poor sleep quality with age a person's life. Based on 16 studies conducted in 2010, people who sleep more than 8 hours a night had a 1.3 times greater risk of a shorter lifespan or early death. The study involved 1,382,999 participants.