Study: Insufficient Sleep Can Be the Cause of Dehydration
According to a new study, insufficient sleep is associated with dehydration due to the disrupted release of a hormone responsible for hydration regulation.
For their research, a team of researchers analyzed the data from over 20,000 records of healthy young adults who participated in two big studies, the National Health and Nutrition Survey and the Chinese Kailuan Study.
The scientists concluded that people who slept for 6 hours or less on a regular basis were 16-59% more likely to experience dehydration than people who slept for at least 8 hours every night.
Asher Rosinger, Ph.D., an assistant professor of biobehavioral health at Pennsylvania State University in State College, explains: “This study suggests that if you're not getting enough sleep and you feel bad or tired the next day, drink extra water.”
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