It's Okay To Sleep Late (But Do It For Your Immune System)

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Obviously. We're all focused on staying healthy right now and one of the most important things you can do for your body hit that pillow and get a good night's sleep so just woke up a little bit about the prepare myself for this interview. Had A cup of tea here on a cup of tea. You can do anything. A person can do anything. Moines Hassen is asleep medicine fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston for the whole year. All you do is have clinics and we leave cities so by the end you are in a unique position to address people who sleep disorders and help people who have not been sleeping bill and recently on twitter. He wanted to explain that. A good night's sleep. You know the kind where you feel. Restored and energized can happen at different times for different people so on March first. You tweeted the following. I don't know who needs to hear this but you are not lazy if you are waking up at noon all caps yes moines. What compelled you to tweet this so I was with a young patient and he was not my first who I've a lot of patients that showed up like this and extending to him. You know what you normal physiology is and he from a very young age he has been told. You have to wake up early. That's what people do her successful. If he slept in by noon his family would be really upset. And you know and he would feel guilty and was affecting his whole life and explain to him that look. This is your normal body geology. You have a deletes circularity phases basically means that your body clock is designed that you played and wake up lead. The best thing for you to do is to follow that right. And he actually. I think I could sense the relief in his face a physician telling him it's okay. It's not something bad is not something to do. You can do this. Moen's twitter post about that patient super viral and his explanation for why some of US have a delayed circadian sleep phase resonated with thousands of

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