image:(sheknows.com/ gettyimages)But, do not get me wrong, you still have to sleep enough, a minimum of seven or eight hours each day to stay healthy.
However, if you make your routines are forced to sleep late, do not feel too bad also. Here are some advantages of being "owls" according to the scientists.
1. "Owls" have a higher IQ
Satoshi Kanazawa, an evolutionary scientist at the London School of Economics and Political Science, discovered the relationship between intelligence and adaptive behavior are called by the term "rare evolution".
According to Kanazawa, their routine activities in the evenings are rare creatures in their environment.
The study, he did conclude, children are more intelligent, more likely to grow into adults nocturnal (used to wake up at night) and most recently in the wake of his colleagues, both on weekdays and on weekends.
While those who like to sleep late have a higher IQ, people who wake up early are more likely to achieve success.
Christoph Randler, a biology professor at the University of Education in Heidelberg, asking 367 students express at what they usually feel most active.
Randler finds, more students show up early that a proactive attitude than students who used to get up in the afternoon. Thus, they are easier to achieve success.
2. Have a "power night" special
Those who stay up late have a physical advantage over his colleagues who used to sleep quickly.
Researchers at the University of Alberta to test the strength of leg nine people who regularly get up in the morning and nine people were accustomed awake at night.
They are accustomed to waking up in the morning has a consistent strength throughout the day, but the "owls" have a higher strength at night.
Olle Lagerquist, the author of the study, said that this was probably because at about 21, an increase in the motor cortex and spinal cord stimulation in their body who like to sleep late. Why it could happen, scientists have analyzed it.
3. People who work at night, more creative
Researchers from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan found that people who regularly sleep late, tend to have a solution that is more original and creative than people who sleep early.
Marina Giampietro, the study's lead author says, the hypothesis that the "owls" may be more creative as a hobby to stay up, it may encourage and enable them to find alternative solutions that original.
4. "Owls" have a general intelligence score higher
Last year, researchers at the University of Madrid released a study on sleep patterns of 1,000 adolescents.
The study found that teens who often sleep late proved to have inductive test scores related to general intelligence, higher than their peers who sleep early.
However, the same study also found that those who had a habit of waking up early to get a better value.
5. "Owls" have mental alertness with a duration longer than "early bird"
A 2009 study by the University of Liege in Belgium watching the 15 people who like to sleep very late and 16 people who used to get up very early.
Researchers measured their brain activity twice, namely waking and 10.5 hours later.
The study found all participants have the same level of alertness when they first wake up.
But, 10.5 hours later, they were used to get up very early exposure had lower activity in brain regions that regulate the circadian rhythm of concentration and, compared with those who used to sleep very late.