REGULAR SLEEP REDUCES THE RISK OF HEART DISEASE
If you make a habit of sleeping according to the daily schedule, it will help you sleep better. However, it has not been proven for so long that the heart is also good in the same habit. A recent study found that this habit is very important for maintaining the heart and metabolism.
According to the Hindustan Times, a team of researchers from Duke Health and Duke Clinical Research Institute have worked on the issue. The study was published in the journal Scientific Reports. A study of a total of 198 adults found that irregular sleep led to weight gain. At the same time there is a risk of high blood pressure and high blood sugar.
And those who sleep regularly have a higher risk of heart disease than those who sleep regularly. In this case the difference is about 10 years. In other words, if you do not sleep properly, you may have to run to the hospital with your hands on your chest 10 years ago.
Researchers say that those who sleep irregularly are more likely to suffer from depression and stress. And both bring bad results for the heart. Lead researcher Jessica Lansford-Avery said: “Irregular sleep can create health risks or affect sleep because of poor physical condition. Our study did not draw any conclusions about these. Perhaps these factors are affecting each other. However, it can be said that it is possible to delay the risk of heart attack.
Researchers say that if you sleep irregularly, you will feel sleepy all day long. Because of this the victims feel tired. Presumably, there may be a connection between obesity and irregular sleep. Stakeholders said that more research is needed on this issue.