Friday, January 17, 2020

Study: Now Lack of Sleep Can Be Detected By A Blood Test

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Study: Now Lack of Sleep Can Be Detected By A Blood Test

Study: Now Lack of Sleep Can Be Detected By A Blood Test


Now doctors can tell if there is a lack of sleep in the child by just testing blood. Recent research has revealed this. By the age of 16, children should sleep at least 9 hours a night. Not sleeping for 9 hours can worsen children's health.

How much sleep should take?

According to the US Department of Health, children under 3 years of age should sleep more than 12 hours per night and every year at the age of 16 they should fall to 9 hours of sleep while cutting down on sleep by 15 minutes.

Types of blood test

We know the blood test by the following names like; CBC test, ESR test, CRP test, PSA test, MCH blood test, MCV blood test, ALT blood test, RDW blood test, Pregnancy blood test, HCT blood test, BUN blood test, FBS test, a1 test, CMP blood test, Fasting blood test, RBC blood test, Fecal occult blood test, TB blood test, GFE blood test, CYA blood test, Liver blood test, CO2 blood test, SGPT blood test, Iron blood test Test, Celiac blood test, Calcium blood test, Neutrophil blood test, Uric acid blood test, Dengue blood test, NRBC blood test, HCV blood test, Triglycerides blood test, etc.

The risk of obesity increases

Children's development is hindered by poor sleep. This makes them unable to focus on school and education, which increases the risk of obesity and diabetes. It is very difficult to tell how much sleep the children get because it depends on the child and its parents.
              Parents also do not have the right information about how long the child sleeps. But, scientists say that they have developed a blood test that can help in getting the correct information about the sleeping habits of the child.

Identifies RNase molecule

Researchers at Italy's Institute of Food Science of the National Research Counseling have developed this blood test. This blood test identifies a molecule called Micro RNase in the blood and detects sleep. Micro RNAs regulate the body's most active genes. Scientists observed considerable changes in micro-RNS according to sleep time. After looking at two different types of micro RNase, he revealed which baby slept 9 hours and which slept less.
        The amount of micro RNS miR-26-3P in the blood of children who did not sleep properly was 15% higher than other children. At the same time, the level of MIR-485-5P was found to be 50% higher in children sleeping 9 hours compared to children who slept less.