Lowest chance of breast cancer in women who grew up early


Lowest chance of breast cancer in women who grew up early

An investigation in the UK's Bristol University has shown that women who do not feel comfortable getting early in the morning do less likely to breast cancer.

The researchers of the Bristol University have got a connection in the natural body and breast cancer in the human body, but to find out that the causes of breast cancer risk are not known yet in pregnancy.

Experts say this research highlightes the importance of sleep in good health.

Natural clock present in the body
Each human body has an automatic clock that works on the pattern of twenty-four hours. It is known as a cycline rectangular (fast fast transformation) in the chinese terminal. Auto-physical watch affects every human process, sleep-through mode. But this clock present in the human body has its own unique time and does not comply with the clock in the other person.

People who arrive in the morning are also upset by the physical energy and then even tired of evening.

Those who are late, feel embarrassed early in the morning, but their skills are more likely to be evening and they prefer to sleep longer.

How to take a human clock cancer?

The researchers of the Bristol University have adopted a unique way to figure out the figures.

Researchers analyzed the DNA 341 triangles for those who quickly and late awakened, and then tested over 100,000 women in the light of this knowledge.

This research showed that women who do not feel comfortable at early early in the morning, have chances of breast cancer less than those women who feel inclined to wake up early in the morning.

The research used DNA scales that are born on a human basis, so it can be concluded that their relationship is a human body.

How big can this research make?
In Britain, one of the seven is suffering from breast cancer.

But instead of observing all the lives of women involved in this research, only eight years of their life was observed.

And in this time it showed that 100 women suffering from morning awareness were suffering from two breast cancer, and only one of the 100 awake patients suffered only one breast cancer.

Dr. Rebecca Richmond, a member of the Bristol University's investigative team, told the BBC that the results of the research are very important because sleep is everywhere and can be changed.

Previously, the impact on women working in different shifts was reviewed in the past research. Family effects and other factors in breast cancer are also considered a very important role.

Can calm sleep save cancer?
The answer is not so simple.

Dr. Richmond says it is the first time to give any final advice.

Dr. Richmond told the BBC that we need to find out why breastfeeding patients suffer from feeling embarrassed early in the morning.

But is it all related to a physical clock or anything else? So long do the gold damage their body by tearing with their physical watches, and does physically affect human immunity and system digestion by affecting human hormones?

The answers to these questions are yet to come.

Are the researchers correct?
The hundred percent can not be believed by faith, but results of physical change in the physical clock are compatible with the past resulting in the investigation.

World Health Organization recognizes that working on shifts makes a physical watch worse, which increases the risk of cancer.

Dr. Richard Brix, a group of 'Breast Cancer Now', says that the results of this research strengthen the pre-existing evidence that there is a connection between the breast cancer and the sleep and to fully cope with this relationship. Need more research.

Surgeon Kleina Kruan, the University of Manchester consultant, says that research has been used by researchers to have the opportunity to review the relationship between sleep and breast cancer. These are very interesting results that give more light on relation to sleeping times and breast cancer.
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