#7 Night Shifts Will Kill Your Sleep Time
Most people who work in night shifts have a bad sleep schedule. As a result, they develop a circadian rhythm disorder that hampers their ability to grab quality sleep.
Due to their unnatural sleep schedule, night shift workers get tuned to waking up just after 5 hours of sleep instead of the recommended duration of 7-9 hours. Hence, people working at nights have 30% more risk of developing heart issues and weight problems.