Night Owl Teens May Face Greater Chance of Bronchial asthma and Allergic reactions


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Analyzing the data on 1,684 adolescents between ages 13 and 14, researchers noted that the owls reported higher levels of wheezing, more risk of asthma, and more respiratory symptoms overall. This remained true even when taking other allergy factors into consideration such as genetics, exposure to pets, and living in an urban area. Night Owl Teens at Greater Risk for Asthma, Allergies.

A new study shows that asthma and allergies are more common among teens who prefer to stay up late and wake later in the morning, compared. Night Owl Teens May Face Higher Risk of Asthma and Allergies Confirmbiz Teenagers who prefer to stay up late at night and wake up late in the morning—referred to as “night owls”—may experience more problematic allergy and asthma sym. EDMONTON, Alberta– Life in quarantine might be nice for teens who like to stay up late, but a new study says it may lead to some unexpected health issues. Researchers suggest “night owls” who stay up at night and sleep into the late morning are more likely to develop asthma and allergies.

The study in the European Respiratory Journalfinds only 6.2 percent of “early risers” have asthma. Teenagers who prefer to stay up late at night and sleep in late the next day are more likely to develop asthma and allergies than their “early bird” counterparts, according to new research. Teenagers who prefer to stay up late and wake later in the morning are more likely to suffer with asthma and allergies compared to those who sleep and wake earlier. Children and Teens General Health-related Psychology Research Sleep Night Owl Teens at Greater Risk for Asthma, Allergies cloudtales July 7, 2020 A new study shows that asthma and allergies are more common among teens who prefer to stay up late and wake later in the morning, compared to those who sleep and wake earlier. The Link Between Sleep, Asthma and Allergies Dr.

Moitra says that the study results suggest a link between the teen’s preferred sleeping tim. Asthma and allergies more common in ‘night owl’ teens: study Disruptions to melatonin may be the link, researchers suggest. Young teens who stay up late at night are three times more likely to develop asthma and twice as likely to develop allergies as teens who go to sleep earlier, according to a new study.

Teenagers who prefer to stay up late at night and sleep in late the next day are more likely to develop asthma and allergies than their “early bird” counterparts, according to new research.

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Children who suffer from asthma are likely to wake up during the night wheezing and to be drowsy and inattentive the next day in school.

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Nocturnal GER and obesity are independent risk factors for asthma onset, wheeze, and nighttime symptoms.

“Clinical Asthma E-Book” by Mario Castro, Monica Kraft
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Children with asthma have a greater incidence of night awakening.

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Available research indicates that one-third of asthmatic children report at least one awakening per night, and the overall prevalence of sleep problems in children with asthma has been reported to be 60%.

“A Clinical Guide to Pediatric Sleep: Diagnosis and Management of Sleep Problems” by Jodi A. Mindell, Judith A. Owens
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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009


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Increased upper airway resistance and nocturnal snoring worsen asthma, causing increased risk of a nocturnal asthma attack.

“Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations and Clinical Aspects” by Sudhansu Chokroverty
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Springer New York, 2017

Children who have daily symptoms, nocturnal symptoms more than weekly, and mild obstruction on pulmonary function have moderate persistent asthma.

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The nocturnal worsening of asthma is a common feature of this disease and may affect daytime alertness, even in children.116 Rhinitis, chronic cough, snoring, and apnea may be responsible for sleep disturbance.

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Specifically, this bidirectionality suggests that those with asthma are more likely to develop sleep disorders and likewise, children with sleep-disordered breathing are more likely to develop asthma [69].

“Handbook of Medical Neuropsychology: Applications of Cognitive Neuroscience” by Carol L. Armstrong, Lisa A. Morrow
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Springer International Publishing, 2019

The nocturnal worsening of asthma is a common feature of this disease and may affect daytime alertness, even in children.88 Rhinitis, chronic cough, snoring, and apnea may be responsible for sleep disturbance.

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  • Water cant cure sugar burn or dehydration, Fluincy in mind and traumatic enzimes in both body and mind tangling in tangable moments can harshly tribute towards depressive symptoms

  • I have 2 questions:
    Do people who have allergies (pollen), have stronger immune system?
    And do people who have allergies have lower risk of cancer (because of stronger immune system)?

  • Asthma is a chronic condition characterized by the inflammation of the bronchial airways cause breathing problem, tightness of chest later it leads to sneezing, wheezing. I was also suffered from this. But not choosing the allopathy for this I prefer Ayurvedic treatment. And got result after using Asthma care pack of Planet Ayurveda. It made my life difficult but Planet Ayurveda helped me a lot. Thanks to them.

  • Very informative videos. My cousin has Allergies with pets but later it’s getting worse with time. Someone suggest us planet Ayurveda Asthma care pack. after taking it he now starts living a normal life.

  • It is true that everyone has a solution to their allergies.  What I think is important:
    1.  Make sure you really have allergy in the first place (need to be tested)
    2.  Some home remedies just don’t work
    3.  The average length of time between onset of symptoms and diagnosis is 15 years.  It’s a stoic bunch that puts up with symptoms for that long.

  • How ’bout this: pollen allergies, the ones I suffer from, make you TIRED. I think that has a LOT to do with the appearance of a mental dysfunction.

  • My asthma has gotten worse over the last 15 days or so I haven’t slept much at night I stay up because I’m afraid to go to sleep nothing is more scarier than waking up in a full-blown asthma attack with maybe only one or two breaths away from not breathing at all to get to your inhaler

  • hi everyone,if anyone else needs to find out about chronic asthma try Knewreck Asthma Eradicator Guide (do a search on google )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my buddy got amazing results with it.


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    It was during my endless research for a permanent remedy on the internet for my condition, after having a thorough research on the herbal works of Dr. Charles Sebi, I was also opportune to come across the professional herbal works of Dr. Harry Obiego the African man doctor who had completely resuscitated my asthmatic condition naturally. I had seen testimonials attributed to the service of this herbal doctor and his distinguished skill in the world of phytotherapy. I was informed that he was capable of healing asthmatic attacks via a traditional herbal means, and that was I had been really tempted to give his service a trial. I had nothing to lose, all I had wanted was to be saved from this terrible ordeal, in spite of anything it would cost me. And Providence had thus, led this herbal doctor into my life to give my health life a different interpretation In brief, after having tried his natural medication I had soon started experiencing positive impact in my health life. It was too good to be true for I knew I was on the brink of my total recovery. After some few weeks of using this natural medication, I had gone for another Spirometry test which had confirmed I had been completely freed from the disease.
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  • Why is it when I’m not logged in, certain comments are on top for the same criterion, than when logging in. YTs algorithms pants are unzipped. Anyways, am I the only one that likes to chase these things down the line theoretically. Ie, allergies=suicide in allergy season, but only in women, allergy season>congestion>lower oxysat>[x] in brain (likely oxy sat sensor in brain)>anxiety or some other process I don’t know about>suicide ideation… I’ll admit I’m not super fluenced when it come to the brain, but if older women are specified does menopause have an affect? Sorry I know I’m stupid just thinking out loud. (In quiet I guess since I’m typing)

  • allergies can and do affect the brain badly. jordan peterson and his daughter mikayla cured their severe arthritis and horrible depression from having a restricted diet.

  • Anxiety and depression is a common side effect of some astma medications like Singulair. So mental illness is may not be caused by asthma but by asthma medications.

  • It could also be that people who go in to the doctors for allergies are more likely to go in to the doctor for treating other conditions like mental illness.

  • I think improper treatment and management of asthma and allergies could make mental illness worse, because on top of walking around with symptoms similar to a cold, both make it difficult to breathe, particularly outside when exercising, two things that are said to help anxiety and depression symptoms

  • How it might lead to a mental illness could be explained by underlying mechanism,
    Think of allergy as if it is a chronic pain, it can cause stress, stress can lead to anxiety and depression plus the medications used to treat allergies are somewhat related to antipsychotics and antidepressents and even benzos, in terms of their side effects and slight resemblance in mechanism of action

  • If we can build an anitbody fom scratch, then maybe we could take the antibody and the bacteria/fungi/virus and make a vaccine out of it. It basically cuts the injection process all together if it’s done a certain way.

  • Great Video clip! Excuse me for chiming in, I would love your thoughts. Have you heard about Patlarny Calm Lungs Principle (probably on Google)? It is a good exclusive guide for curing asthma without the headache. Ive heard some decent things about it and my close friend Aubrey at last got astronomical success with it.

  • Wow, allergies themselves causing mental illness is about the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard as a man with multiple diagnoses of different mental health “conditions” and no actual allergies to speak of. The closest this comes to being actual science is how allergies may cause stress which over time takes the form of almost all mental illnesses we know of today, in some form or fashion. My apologies for the run on sentence.

  • Not certain about the points made but,if anyone else wants to uncover asthma cause try Stiklind Amazing Asthma Fixer (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some great things about it and my buddy got great success with it.

  • I am a glutenfree sugarfree Vegan and I live very healthy. I have never smoked or sth but still got asthma. I was afraid that I would die of COPD or sth. this video really helped me.

  • They should just talked to me about allergy related mental illness. I have no allergies, but I have anxiety, depression, PTSD, and ADHD.

  • I wonder if the asthma could be creating environmental factors that make people who are prone to anxiety or depression more likely to develop it. Someone might have a problem but still function on their own, but if they’re constantly having to worry about being suddenly unable to breathe, they’d have more trouble coping and be more likely to see a doctor and get diagnosed.

  • Wish people would apply this level of critical thinking to claims about vaccinations increasing the risk of autism and circumcision reducing the risk of STIs and other maladies.

  • Probably, people with very annoying allergies have already been to an allergist and therefore are more likely to seek professional help for mental issues -than those people with no allergies.

  • I have spring time allergies… and fall allergies as well. I’m sneezing and got a stuffy nose all year around, except for that one or two month of winter where everything is frozen solid… in those months I catch colds and sinusitis, so it ain’t any better.

  • Being health conscious, I don’t want to take the allopathic medicines for my Asthma problem but there is no other option for this problem. Then on searching I found herbal remedies of Planet Ayurveda and after consulting them they provide me their Tulsi Capsules and Praanrakshak churna along with home remedies. I follow them and used their medicines and got relief. I am fine now. Thanks to Planet Ayurveda.

  • I mean, I could have told you that’s not a big deal. I have asthma, and in the past at least was allergic to almost everything under the sun. I had to get allergy shots for years so that all the grasses and trees didnt make me so miserable I wanted to run from my favorite time of year. If, you know, I could have ignored the asthma and run… I also outgrew food allergies, relatively soon after we found out I had them. And my mental state is fine. In fact according tests I’ve taken for that kind of thing I’m more than fine.

  • i have chest allergy specially in march and april, i ll be fine the whole year intill those months comes where i get the flu and sometimes bad bronchitis, however when i walk too much or take the staires i do find it hard to breath knowing that i do not play sport or go to gym, i went to a doctor last year and she told me that i have “effort asthma”, and it’s okey to pplay sport but i should be carreful, a dont know if this is serious condition,

  • when did this become a thing? No one thinks that asthma or allegeries cause mental issues… It’s like doing a video on why mustard doesn’t cause cancer. Of course it doesn’t cause cancer!

  • I was born with asthma and found an inhaler in my pocket the moment I became conscious about myself and used to cough consistently. My classmates used to tease me for that. Both my mom & dad tried several medicines but none fit the bill. Accidentally my dad while surfing the net touched Planet Ayurveda and we received Childhood Asthma Care Pack and some diet tips that they sincerely obliged. My asthma disappeared the same year. Free WhatsApp consultation: +91 – 8427864030

  • Here’s a question, does working out cause aging at a faster rate? If aging is due to DNA replicating. And the ends of the chromosomes are there as a safety in case the ends get cut off. And if working out kill/break down muscle causing your body to regenerate those cells, does that mean working out increases the rate of aging.

  • Maybe it’s just that people being treated for one thing are more likely diagnosed with something else because they visit a doctor more often. Mild cases of allergies or mental disorders often ignored (because why would you visit a doctor for that). But if you go to a doctor for treatment of a mental illness for example, a mild case of allergy might be diagnosed now, because it will come up when talking about health.

  • Oh gosh, the reporting on that study is misleading. A more meaningful study might look at how medical conditions and their treatment protocols might lead to mental conditions. I am bipolar (rapid cycling with depression) but my husband was very healthy mentally. Then a case of c-diff, the complications and treatment left him clinically depressed for a year and that seems to have pre-disposed him to depression brought on by physical illnesses much more ‘easily’ than he had been before a year of illness that had him drop 70lbs and left him more vulnerable to digestive illnesses (like stomach flu and food poisoning etc). I do think there is a link between physical illnesses and mental health but the connection is more complicated than slight genetic leanings.


    The psycho-immune and emotional aspects are a fundamental complement to the drugs used for asthma and respiratory allergies to pollen, dust, mites, cats..

    Practicing 5 minutes of the psychophysical exercises of the INDALO CODEX method, many people suffering from respiratory allergies or asthma managed to breathe well all year round. In the book “ASTHMA AND ALLERGY” and in the app for IOS and Android, you will discover the 5 keys to the spontaneous remission of respiratory allergies and asthma.

  • I think it’s kind of critical to conclude from that statistic correlation to causation as news pages want it to seem like.

    Having Asthma and those allergies, I would say that they do influence my behavior in ways that could also influence development/graveness of certain mental illnesses (especially if already inclined to them by other factors).
    I don’t go out much in spring if I can avoid it, since I don’t feel like having trouble breathing in the evening and feeling unreasonably exhausted. I’ve never really enjoyed most sports as a kid and now it’s definitely not part of my life. With sports and outdoor activities often being something people use to balance and release emotional stress, that may very well be a factor for some.
    One can feel self-conscious about exzemas (for me it’s just a valid excuse not to shave my legs).
    And having to sometimes rely on medications to be able to breathe well already in early childhood, is probably also not the best in maybe developing anxiety issues. (Troubled breathing can be highly stressful)

    So it would be highly interesting to see more of these studies and also how other chronic illnesses can affect the development of mental illnesses. Maybe that could increase prevention or early treatment in some cases.

  • I think a lot of people are missing the point including this channel, no one at least anyone of repute is going to claim that allergies cause all mental illnesses much less all mental illnesses will be cured if allergens are removed, the importance is that there are environmental triggers for these symptoms in people, each individual case varies, and just because most people with allergies do not become mentally ill it is still important to others who will benefit from this information and future treatment options.

    Mental illness is not a singular disease but a range of conditions caused by many different factors, and no one reasonable should expect these findings to help everyone. Studies showing links between allergies, autoimmune problems, other medical conditions linked with mental illness does not mean that every mentally illness is caused or triggered by the same thing, what it means is that symptoms may be managed by getting closer to the root of the underlying problems and that it will vary with each patient.

    So yeah sure, most people out there with seasonal allergies don’t have to worry, but this important news for those that CAN benefit from that knowledge and may have their mental health benefit in the long run.

  • This is the usual but very one-sided view of asthma ignoring pressure points (google for “asthma pressure points”). My chronic asthma was cured by pressing my lips together to relax lung airways by an automatic reflex. In time my airways recovered and remodeling corrected.
    See “Asthma inhalers show how Big Pharma chokes us all with high costs

  • I’m allergic to life in general, but no signs of mental illness-even after 69 years of living and 45 years with problems. Who in the hell would think this?! I’ve taken script meds in the past, but no meds now. I bet somebody will try to get us to believe that socks cause blindness! Laughable!

  • The connection between mental illnnes and allergy can be even more anticlimatic. From my own experience I know that the more stressed I feel the more symptoms get unbearable. I need to scratch my eyes because of itching that I would normally ignore. Because of the eye irritayion I get runny nose. When I get calmed my allergy ‘disappear’. If not for the fact that I have the symptoms only at Spring and medical tests confirmed thet I am in fact allergic, I would think that this is only my delusion caused by stress. Scratcing and rubbing are compulsive bevaviors that people have even without Allergy. However stress makes it more difficult to ignore the itch and, in the end, makes people worsen the symptoms

    People who were diagnosed with allergy were those whose symptoms had been to unbearable to left it without treatment (people won’t go on long term therapy to get rid of mild itching around eyes lasting couple weeks every year). Among those there were people who, despite themself, made them worse due the stress they had been under. I think it is safe so say that he allergics who already had been acting in almost autodestructive manner (makeing their allergy worse) because of their unability to deal with emotional tension in more healthy way were more likely to develop anxiety and depression. The correlation tampers a little bit the results of the research. It wouldn’t matter that much if the connection was stronger

    When I was younger I always had crusts on my face. It wasn’t because I had a skin disease, they didn’t even itch. The reason why I had them was because everytime I was tired or stressed I would scratch them. For the simple, compulsive bevavior the crusts that would heal after couple days lasted month or more. I was afraid at the time of what would happen if I really got a skin disease. Who knows, maybe if there was a research that would search for connection between skin diseases among young children and anxiety in their adult life they would find some connection?

    Now the only thing that left is waiting for the scientists to find out what is the real reason for the connection between mental illness and allergy. I am pretty excited about it. It’s quite interesting topic

  • Well if we want to go into anecdotal evidence and/or speculation (��), strong allergies, and sometimes antihistamines as well, can make you really really tired, which… definitely pulled me down when I had it. That said, I’m not surprised that the actual risk factor isn’t thaaat high

  • Hello, I want to know why do trees have fruits. I mean what is their benefit to the trees. Is it to make sure that the seeds get carried arround by animals and spread further away?

  • interesting points,if anyone else wants to learn about asthma information try Knewreck Asthma Eradicator Guide (do a search on google )? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my friend got excellent results with it.

  • Perhaps having asthma causes anxiety… simply because it’s asthma… which can be stressful.

    Maybe people who have asthma are around doctors more ofter so the get diagnosed more often.

  • i-motifs: good example that evidence can be found for everything if you just look hard enough (and don´t want 2 years worth of sciencing be for nothing)

  • Maybe the other way around. My mental illness started when I was around 11 and my asthma at 22… maybe the stress from the mental illness caused my immune system go all crazy. Your mind effects more than just your mood..

  • A possible confound stems from using the rate of diagnosis as the measure of mental illness mental illness is notoriously underdiagnosed. (Caveat: I know nothing about Taiwanese stigmas surrounding mental illness in particular.) If people have severe enough allergies to need treatment, they likely see health professionals more often which could lead to a higher chance of mental illness being recognized.

    Also, some allergies create mental illness-like symptoms such as brain fog. If an allergy causes mental symptoms isn’t it splitting hairs to say that the allergy is not a mental illness?

  • I have made a good faith effort to regularly sanitize my control & asthma inhalers in order to keep myself from contracting CoVid-19. However, I have heard that some sanitizers are both more effective but as an antiseptic is more capable of triggering an acute attack. I am a 37 year old male in New England, MA, USA. Is there anyone in the area who wishes to discuss these practical matters with me?

  • Hank’s voice audio sounds slightly muffled, like as though the microphone he was using was under a shirt or something. I don’t like it.

  • The i-motifs part was so interesting! Why did you mix it with an unreliable research about allergies… It deserves a video on its own!!!

  • 3:09 Yes, it does… because that proves that the second coming was already… and Steve Jobs our creator went back to heaven without anyone…
    List of things Jobs done:

    … man I really had to make this joke.

  • To cure asthma with acupressure:

    1) Press lip with a finger and note how inhaling through your nose is facilitated

    2) Make a habit of breathing in with lip pressure to stop asthma.

    A Google search for asthma pressure points shows points on lips..

    Asthma causes airway remodeling but this is cured in time by correct breathing. That is my experience.

  • I cured my chronic asthma by mindfully pressing my lips together while breathing in through the nose. The longer you do it, the more asthma is cured. It is the natural cure working by a physiological reflex which switches off asthma. See reflexes automatic response.

  • Maybe the causality is the other way around (which is far more likely). People who are mentally ill will blame others and things for their problems. And if you start looking for problems you’ll find some, like allergies.

  • I think I have asthma but I don’t think I can go to the doctors because I technically have a symptom of corona virus so idk what to do and I also have cat allergies

  • My cousin was diagnosed bipolar and was treated as such for years as a teen — until she had allergy therapy. Then her bipolar symptoms went away. She was never bipolar in the first place. It was severe symptoms of allergies to cleaning chemicals and numerous foods causing severe mood swings and manic/depressive episodes.

  • “worked like a charm” which, by scientific consensus doesn’t work. I think it’s time we stopped using language about fantastical constructs to talk about scientific achievements. It seems that they are often invoked when speaking about something you can’t see, but needs to be imagined. I don’t ever remember someone talking about a bridge or a building in these terms. Thoughts?

  • Your video asthma guidelines and idea is very good, I also found helpfull for management for asthma, if you are interested check this on google! or in knewreck asthma eradicator guide

  • I was born with Asthma. 36 now and I don’t rmr a single when I never used Ventolin. Sometimes I puff after every 30mins, especially during weather change or when my allergies get acute. Wish I could get rid of this asthmatic problem.

  • Possible mechanism:

    Allergy could make you uncomfortable all the time. Being uncomfortable all the time makes you sad all the time. Then being sad all the time makes you depressed.

  • So the people who went to the doctor to get their allergies diagnosed (which not everyone does) also went to the doctor to get their mental illness diagnosed (which definitely not everyone does).

  • Cheers for the video content! Forgive me for butting in, I am interested in your thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Patlarny Calm Lungs Principle (google it)? It is a good exclusive product for curing asthma minus the headache. Ive heard some decent things about it and my buddy after many years got cool results with it.