It is no surprise that there is a connection between unhealthy behaviour and masculinity relating to drug and alcohol use. Research from www.trustdeals.co.uk also contributes a night’s sleep to the sinister list. It is essential to acquire 7 hours of night’s rest but it is revealed that more than 60% of adults experience sleep deprivation issues. Masculine and manly men have the biggest sleep issues.
The significance of adequate sleep
It is recommended to sleep 7 to 8 hours each night to reduce health risks such as heart risk, diabetes, and depression. Still, more than 60% do not attain this amount of sleeping hours. Although, women averagely sleep longer than men and have more persistent sleeping issues of falling asleep and staying asleep.
Masculinity showcases behaviour
Click here to access a study showing that masculinity is a reliable indicator of types of behaviour. Risky behaviour such as fighting, use of stimulants, and vocal behaviour are more common in masculine men. These men are rarely supported in correcting this type of behaviour.
Masculinity influences sleep patterns
The sleeping patterns of adult men are also correlated to their masculinity. Consciously or unconsciously, their aversion to tackling unhealthy habits affects their need for sleep. Research by www.trustdeals.co.uk proves that manly men sleep 20 minutes less than their less manly counterparts. They also perceive this habit deficit as something positive that results in transforming this behaviour quite unlikely.