Sleep disorders are a major risk factor for accelerated aging and age-related diseases.
Disorders of the circadian rhythm of sleep arise from the desynchronization between the dark-light and the wake-sleep cycles. This results in sleep disorders: insomnia and/or daytime sleepiness.
The consequences can be terrible: the risk of obesity is multiplied by 2 for each hour of sleep lost and in just a few days, sleep restriction increases insulin resistance, thus promoting metabolic syndrome (1).
New studies confirm that high glycation levels are significantly associated with sleep disorders (2).
The non-respect of the biological clock regulating sleep is therefore at the heart of the risks of increasing age-related diseases (diabetes, cardiovascular diseases…) and accelerated aging.
Logically, a good quality of sleep, at least 7 uninterrupted hours per night, helps to slow down glycation and break the cycle of accelerated aging (3).
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(1) : K. Spiegel et al. Short sleep and obesity risk. Obésité (2015) 10:51-59.
(2) S. Konishi et Al. Effect of advanced glycation end products on nocturia or sleep disorders: A longitudinal study. BJUI. 5 Oct 2021. Doi.org/10.1002/bco2.114
(3) : F. Isami et Al. Association of advanced glycation end products, evaluated by skin autofluorescence, with lifestyle habits in a general Japanese population. Journal of International Medical Research 2018, Vol. 46(3) 1043–105 Doi.org/10.1177/0300060517736914