Vitality Health says that going to sleep between 10 and 11pm is associated with a lower risk of developing heart disease compared with earlier or later bedtimes according to a study published recently in the European Heart Journal – Digital Health.
The study also showed that poor sleep can result in poor cardiovascular health, particularly for women, and that circadian rhythm disruption could be an understudied risk factor in heart health.
One minute they are telling us that we need a full night’s sleep to function correctly and even that sleeping may help you to lose some weight! Now, researchers are careful to note however that oversleeping has been linked to a host of medical problems, including diabetes and heart disease.
So, how much sleep should we have? Well, the amount of sleep varies significantly over the course of our lifetime. It depends on your age and activity level…
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