Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Omega-3 fatty acids helps to improve children’s sleeping model

According to a new study conducted at the University of Oxford is stated that there is potential connection between the sleep and the fatty acid among the healthy children. It says that children’s taking of omega-3 fatty acids this may improve their sleep patterns. The research is published in Journal of Sleep Research. This will help to improve their sleep in a better way. Further the study initiated that the children who consume daily omega-3 supplements have 58 minutes more good sleep. The lead study author Professor Paul Montgomery of Oxford University explains, “Various substances made within the body from omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids have long been known to play key roles in the regulation of sleep. For example, lower ratios of DHA have been linked with lower levels of melatonin, and that would fit with our finding that sleep problems are greater in children with lower levels of DHA in their blood.”

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