Bad Sleep, Bad Heart

Dec. 10, 2019 at 10:33am


New research suggests that people who have trouble sleeping may be more likely to suffer from heart disease and stroke. The ten year study involved almost 500,000 participants measured for trouble getting to sleep, waking up too early and having a problem staying focused during the day. 

People with all three symptoms were 18 percent more likely to develop heart disease or stroke than participants that had no symptoms. Researchers concluded that helping people overcome sleep troubles could reduce the number of cases of stroke and heart attack later down the line.


Posted in Health Info by Joe

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