Washington: Watching TV late in the dark room and sowing in front of the TV can increase weight and can last to the end.

Washington: Watching TV late in the dark room and sowing in front of the TV can increase weight and can last to the end.

A report published in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) International Medicine said that keeping at least at least night artificial lights at home can help prevent obesity. Earlier, chicken nutrients and unusual routes were called obesity reasons. However, now the ‘Louisiana Artificial Light Exposure at Knight’ or ALAN is being called a cause of obesity.

Recent rates of artificial light in motorcycles and in America and other countries have been seen increasingly. Experts have noted regularly the effects of artificial light at animal atomic time. The natural physical clock affected in the effects of mice and it has also been obesity.
Also at night, artificial light changes people’s routine routines and change time. Although its studies have been done on human scale, which can not be finalized. The research that has been revealed in this regard has not been seen as closely as the practice of eating and drinking of humans is used.

But this research has been forwarded by Del Sandler, who is affiliated with the National Institute of Health in the United States. He studied 43,722 such women aged 35 to 74 years old and were related to all 50 states in the country.

All women studying were asked about their nutritional habits, exercises and other factors. The risk of obesity increased by 19 percent in the eyes of late-night-ladies TV watching women. Because the body mass index (BMI), waist width and the ratio of waist compared to the eyebrows also showed sadness.

Experts have said that due to this, it also plays an important role in the TV, screen or blue light of the background.