"Owls" and "larks" are different from each other diseases and appearance

Scientists have found that "owls" is more common diabetes mellitus and the lack of muscle mass. Despite initially unhealthy position on the mode choice for "owls" in most cases, healthy larks.

Scientists conducted an analysis of the appearance and disease at 1600 volunteers 47-59 years. People were divided into three groups depending on circadian rhythms: "larks", "doves" and "owls". It turned out that there are specific differences not only in the appearance of people but also in their propensity to certain diseases.

The "larks" -women are more common disease of the cardiovascular system and metabolic disorders. "Owls" were prone to diabetes. Scientists plan to continue research to establish the relationship between human health and chronotype.

Subscribe to new posts: