Urbanites live a busy life, and falling asleep every minute and every second seems to be a good thing, but it turns out that falling asleep too quickly may not be a good thing. A Japanese sleep expert once shared that people who fall asleep within 5 to 10 minutes of going to bed are considered to be “qi-suffering”, which means physical fatigue and severe lack of sleep, which is definitely not a good thing.
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Japanese sleep improvement instructor Koichi Taketa shared on the program “マツコの知らない世界” that the average person needs 20 to 30 minutes to calm down and then fall asleep. If you can fall asleep within 5 to 10 minutes, this situation is called “breathlessness”, and it can also be explained as a coma. Falling asleep too quickly means that the body is too tired and lacks sleep seriously. It may be chronic sleep deprivation.
Koichi Taketa then analyzed the 4 sleep characteristics, as long as the following are the same, it can represent the body is too tired and seriously lack of sleep:
- fall asleep within 5 to 10 minutes;
- Woke up before the alarm clock went off;
- Want to sleep within 4 hours of waking up;
- When you are free, you can fall asleep anytime, anywhere.
Takeda Koichi reminded that if the above situation occurs, you should pay more attention to whether you have been overworked recently. Long-term lack of rest will overload the body, and the health alarm will sound.
Ivy League preventive medicine doctor Chen Jiongyu also shared that lack of sleep can lead to many far-reaching problems, not only the lack of energy during daytime work, but also the increased risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease.
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