In Ramadan, most people get into the habit of waking up early in the morning, which has a negative effect on their health.
Research from the University of Surrey and Northwestern University found that those who stayed up late had more illnesses and medical problems than those who were accustomed to getting up early in the morning and going to bed early at night.
Research has shown that such people have a 10% higher risk of dying from any disease in middle age than those who wake up early.
Research has shown that people who stay up late at night and then stay up late during the day have a 10% higher risk of death than others.
Those who stay up late at night suffer from a variety of psychological and physical problems.
On the other hand, research has shown that people who have to wake up early in the morning, for example for work or other engagements, should go to bed early at night so that their body sleeps as much as possible. Needs, they can be fulfilled.
Remember that restful sleep is very important for the human body, mind and brain because restful sleep plays an important role in the better functioning of the human psyche and bodily organs.