Determining The Number Of Sleep Hours To Lower The Risk Of Heart Disorder
Also, Sleeping Too Much Increases The Risk Of Obesity
Sleep deprivation increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, affects attention and judgment. It also leads to higher stress levels and an increased sensation of hunger, resulting in overeating, and also increases the risk of autoimmune diseases due to higher inflammatory markers. All this can be avoided with proper sleep, but the number of hours depends on the individual. An average of seven to eight hours is related to a lower risk of heart disease. On the other hand, more than eight hours of sleep has been linked to a higher risk of obesity. More here.