Why night owls are more likely to die early: People who prefer to go to bed late damage their health because it impacts their heart and metabolism

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Night owls – people who like to go to bed late and get up late – have a 10 per cent higher risk of dying than early birds, a study found.

Research based on 50,000 people in the UK found they had the higher chance of death over the six-and-a-half year period they were being studied.

It seems that living in a world geared to early risers damages the health of those who prefer moonlight.

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