Hormones Somatotropic hormone
"If a person regularly cannot sleep, he has a lack of somatotropic hormone, which is produced from 11.00 at night" Sounds strange, because there are "owls" and "larks". Can you explain how the somatotropic hormone understands that now is the time for work?
Yes, I heard it too, it's interesting to know about it)
When people wake up in the morning, serotonin begins to be produced. Its time is determined in the interval from 4.00 to 6.00 in the morning. Growth hormone wakes up at 2.00 am. It is during this period that children grow especially actively, and in adults the muscles get stronger and the skin is renewed. This is how the “hormone mode” turned out.
Hormone regime depends on our awakening and sunny time of the day. For those who live in dark regions, the hormone regime is knocked down.
@ekaterina-gribacheva Well, as I understand it, it is produced at night, regardless of human activity? Or is it necessary during sleep?
@argentum It is produced at night, this is the problem. Since many people fall asleep quite late and this hormone is not produced in the right amount
@ekaterina-gribacheva there are studies in which children who did not sleep at night were dwarfed?
"Lack of sleep means not getting enough sleep at night, which can cause a number of problems, including decreased brain development, learning problems and more frequent negative emotions. It can also contribute to weight control problems, growth problems and an increase in the incidence of diseases."
@ekaterina-gribacheva Does it mean that there's connection between this type of hormones and Vitamin D?