Does staying up late make people ugly and fatter?

Many young people nowadays have the habit of staying up late. In the middle of the night, they can’t stop playing on mobile phones that are not tired of playing, chasing not enough dramas, endless classes, and endless vibrato. It is difficult for them to go to bed early, but they do not know that staying up all night is good, staying up all the time will make you fat and ugly! This is not alarmist. Why does staying up late make people gain weight?

Staying up late will break the body clock and store our fat. Professor Hooper of the Institute of Immunology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center published a study in the journal Science. This study shows that staying up late will break our biological clock, causing a type of bacteria in the intestinal flora to become stronger, thereby increasing the intake of dietary fatty acids and fat storage, making us gain weight. In other words, staying up late will allow everyone to turn all the chicken, duck, beef, and pork they eat into their own fat, and finally eat themselves into a big meat ball.

Staying up late may cause abnormal insulin secretion and accumulate fat. The human body secretes insulin at night. This insulin can speed up the body’s absorption and digestion of sugar. If you often stay up late at night, it may cause abnormal insulin secretion and accumulate fat in the body, leading to weight gain. To put it simply, staying up late will make the insulin work slack and stop us from burning fat. All the food we eat will be piled into meat, and you will be piled up into a big fleshy fat man.

Staying up late will increase the concentration of hunger hormone in the body, which makes us particularly interested in food. A Meta analysis showed that staying up late will increase the concentration of hunger hormone (a hormone secreted by the human body that can make people feel good about food) and increase the interest in high-calorie and high-sweet foods. . Therefore, when you stay up late, you will especially want to eat. The more you stay up, the more hungry you are. The more hungry you are, the more you want to eat.

Staying up late will affect the body’s HGH secretion and slow down fat burning. The human body secretes a substance called human growth hormone (HGH) when in a state of “deep sleep”, which can help us burn fat. When we stay up late, the secretion of HGH will be affected, and the rate of fat burning will also slow down. Let us gain weight!

Some people think, then I stay up at night and have a “deep sleep” during the day. No way! Because HGH is only secreted at night, and the sleep time cannot be short, so friends who want to sleep during the day to make up for insufficient HGH secretion, don’t even think about it, go to bed early at night. In addition, staying up late may also lead to skeletal muscle failure, reducing muscle mass to reduce consumption, increasing fat and reducing muscle…So, those who want to lose weight, don’t stay up late!

The harm of staying up late is far more than just gaining weight, it will also make you fatter, ugly and stupid! The Nobel Prize winners in Physiology and Medicine, Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael Young, through their research on the human body clock, found that staying up for a long time will induce changes in clock genes, making people ugly, fat, Being stupid may also cause a series of diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and even cancer. (Answer: Wang Jun from the media)

What is Danxia landform?
Recently, an internet celebrity named “Adventure Lei Inspector” led foreign tourists into the Danxia Landform Scenic Spot in Longzhou, Jingbian, Shaanxi Province in violation of regulations, trampled on the Danxia Landform at will, and posted the video on the Internet. This incident aroused the attention of netizens who believed that the Internet celebrity entered the scenic spot illegally and destroyed the precious Danxia landform.

What is the Danxia landform? The Danxia landform refers to a landform with steep cliff slopes developed by a red bed dominated by continental facies (may include non-continental interlayers) (without limiting the age of the red bed). It can also be expressed as a “red bed characterized by steep cliff slopes” Landform”. In the Danxia Mountain area, the 300-500-meter-thick rock formations are eroded by the weathering of flowing water and wind, forming fortress-like peaks and peaks, various strange rocks, stone bridges and caves. The scene is very magnificent. The red cliff slope is the most important identifying element of the Danxia landform. The steep cliff slopes of different shapes and volumes are combined into the basic slopes of various Danxia landforms such as fort, wall and column. In the Danxia landform area in childhood and adolescence, most of the cliff slopes constitute the canyon wall.

Danxia landforms are widely distributed in my country. So far, my country has identified 1,005 Danxia landforms, which are distributed in 28 provinces (autonomous regions, municipalities, and special administrative regions). Among them, Shunan Zhuhai and Qidonggou in Sichuan belong to the juvenile Danxia , Guizhou Chishui Danxia belongs to youth Danxia, ​​Guangdong Danxia Mountain belongs to middle Danxia, ​​and Jiangxi Longhu Mountain belongs to old Danxia. The Danxia landform is distributed in tropical and subtropical humid areas, temperate humid-semi-humid, semi-arid-arid areas and alpine areas of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau; the lowest elevation can be formed in the eastern coastal zone, and the highest elevation can occur in the Qinghai-Tibet area above 4000 meters. On the plateau. However, they are relatively concentrated in the southeast, southwest and northwest regions. Except for China, it is distributed in Central Europe and Australia, with the most widespread distribution in China. In 1928, Feng Jinglan and others named the red strata that constituted the Danxia Mountain “Danxia Layer”. In 1938, Chen Guoda first proposed the concept of “Danxia Mountain Topography”. In 1939, Chen Guoda formally used the taxonomic term “Danxia topography”, and later Danxia layer and Danxia topography (topography is landform) have been used. The term “Danxia” is derived from Cao Pi’s “Furong Poems”, “Danxia sandwiches the bright moon, and the stars are out of the clouds”, referring to the colorful clouds in the sky.