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www.livestrong.com/article/113399-effects-working-night-shifts-health

Long-term night shift workers often find that the best option is to completely reset the body's internal clock, which may involve timed exposure to bright lights during the night shift, wearing sunglasses to avoid light exposure in the morning and sleeping in a dark bedroom.

www.sleepfoundation.org/shift-work-disorder/what-shift-work-disorder/living...

Long-term night shift work is associated with an increased risk of certain cancers, as well as metabolic problems, heart disease, ulcers, gastrointestinal problems and obesity. Insufficient sleep has been shown to change metabolism and appetite, and studies have shown that shift workers have higher levels of triglycerides than day workers. ...

getsling.com/blog/effects-of-working-night-shifts

10 Effects Of Working Night Shifts Working the night shift forces your body to operate on a schedule that goes against its natural circadian rhythms. Most of the time, it’s not a good idea to go against what mother nature put in place.

www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2016/10/night-shifts-the-worst/504800

Few studies actually compare long-term health effects among people who work some nights to people who work only nights, but the same principle of consistency should apply. If you can manage to get ...

www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/features/shift-work

Long-Term Health Effects of Shift Work The long-term effects of shift work are harder to measure. But researchers have found compelling connections between shift workers and an increased risk of ...

allnurses.com/long-term-effects-working-night-t496604

Hello to all, Im new on this site. Im a nurse in the ED for 3 years now working the night shift (Which I love) im also in my last semester for my BSN and currently working on my capstone project. I need your help with a survey for my research paper. My question to you guys is... What effects (lon...

ceufast.com/blog/the-effects-of-working-the-night-shift

Causes of Night Shift Effects. It's clear that the effects of working the night shift are frightening and serious, but what actually causes a night shift nurse to suffer from ill health more than a day shift nurse? It's called circadian misalignment, which is the official name for a messed-up sleep pattern.

www.bbc.com/news/magazine-33638905

There has been a steady stream of studies over recent years that suggests long-term night-working is extremely bad for your health. It's a sobering thought for those who have to work at night ...

time.com/3556130/night-shift-brain-work-health

Working the night shift is linked to steep declines in cognitive abilities and memory; chronic shift work may age your brain almost 7 years ... for effects of sleep deprivation and they got even ...

futurism.com/working-nights-could-be-destroying-your-health

About 15 million Americans work the night shift, disrupting their Circadian rhythms for work, sometimes over the long term. ... Working Nights Could Be Destroying Your Health