Eating times can affect our mental health, research
Boston: A new study has revealed that eating hours can affect our mental health.
Researchers in the US state of Massachusetts found a shift job schedule, in which they saw depression and anxiety increase in shift jobs.
Research co -author Frank Share said that the results of the research offered evidence to be a unique way to reduce the damage caused by food times of our body’s internal clock dissipation. Do As people who work in shifts and suffer from time to time sleep problems.
Share said in the news release that future studies are needed in the shift and those who are in need to determine that changes in eating hours can prevent the sensitivity of the mood. Until then, this research brings a new element and that is, eating hours have problems for our mood.
According to research, about 20 % of places like factories and hospitals in industrial societies work on shifts. Most of these employees suffer from their brain and everyday behavior between their central ‘Sercaden Clock’. They include sleeping and hungry and eating periods. The chances of these individuals suffering from depression and anxiety are 25 % to 40 % high.
Researchers’ research selected 12 men and seven women. Participants were kept in a forced environment for four 28 hours of dim light.