Women who have early beginnings have a minimum risk of breast cancer as opposed to more active night birds in small hours and lie later.
The results of a recent study by the University of Bristol where 100 women took part.
The morning type of women is as much as 48 percent less of breast cancer than women who are more active during hours and evenings.
The key to everything is sleep length. Women sleeping and rising earlier sleep asleep and the recommended hourly schedule that is important to the body, 7 to 8 hours a day.
This research only confirms that the modern lifestyle and harassment of a natural circle of sleep affects the beginning of a number of diseases.
It is thought that a little sleep, which leads to the production of enough melatonin, causes a lack of control of malignant cells.