Lack of sleep could damage DNA and affect repair ability, possibly raising cancer risk, University o

21-Feb-2019

There's no doubt that electromagnetic fields can reduce the quality of people's sleep.

Now a new study has shown just how harmful poor sleep can be for the body....

Sleep deprivation can damage DNA and the body’s ability to repair this, possibly leading to higher chances of genetic diseases such as cancer, a study has found.

The University of Hong Kong research, which looked into the effects of sleep deprivation on local doctors, found that those who needed to work overnight shifts had a higher level of damage in their DNA, as well as lower levels of gene activity associated with DNA repair.

You can read more here.


 

< back to News

EMR Australia © 2017. All Rights Reserved. Terms & Conditions | Privacy | Sitemap | Adobe Business Catalyst Sydney