Study: Good Sleeping Lowers Cardiovascular Risk Disease By 34%
It Can Even Help To Lower The Odds On People With A Genetic Risk Of Heart Disease
According to a special each study quality sleep is associated with a lower risk of heart disease. The study showed that people with the best sleep had a 34% lower risk to develop cardiovascular disease related to those who have low quality sleep. It was based on several sleep behaviors such as sleeping seven to eight hours most nights, not dozing off during the daytime, absence of snoring neither having difficulty to getting to sleep and not staying awake at night, Also, the results show that good sleeping habits could even help lower the odds to people with a genetic risk of heart disease, reducing it. Additional info click here.