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Why Oversleeping is bad for you


Over-sleeping has been directly associated with kidney, liver and thyroid diseases and also an increased risk of mental disorders, such as depression and even dementia.

Over-sleeping can lead to excessive weight gain. It increases the risk to more than 20 percent, even when diet and exercise remains the same.

Research shows that women who slept for more than nine hours per night were more prone to have coronary heart disease.

People who are prone to headaches, over-sleeping can cause a trigger to it and hence, an effect on overall productivity.

Studies reveal that people who sleep nine or more hours a night have a considerably higher death rates.

Sleeping for more than nine hours per night increases the risk of diabetes by nearly 50 percent.