General health and brain functions are dependent on the maintenance of the sikthic rhythms. Previous research has already shown that long-term shortage of sleep impair general health and delay recovery processes.
Recent research studies also found that irregular eating times adversely affect the cyclic cycle, so that the digestive system can not function optimally. Meals during the sleep phase cause accelerated weight gain in animals compared to those fed during the normal wake-up phase. People who eat during the sleep phase develop heart problems and metabolic deficiencies, which can lead to a pre-diabetic condition.