Too little sleep may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease
Insufficient sleep may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
As the pace of social life accelerates, people’s work pressures continue to expand, and some people will sacrifice a lot of sleep time.
As everyone knows, lack of sleep affects people’s metabolism, affecting both the endocrine and immune systems, and may even increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Several researchers analyzed 173,301 participants in 13 studies by searching the literature and found that with a daily sleep time of 7?
8 hours of people quoted, sleep 6 per day?
The risk of developing high blood pressure increased by 7% in 7 hours, and increased by 35% in people who slept less than 6 hours per day.
Research shows that daily guarantee 7?
8 hours of sleep is a healthy lifestyle that cannot be ignored.
Although there are certain individual differences in the daily sleep time of different people, at least people should sleep at least 7 times a day?
A recent study published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology also found that in addition to the four recognized healthy lifestyles of physical exercise, healthy eating, smoking cessation and moderate drinking, at least 7 hours of sleep per night is guaranteed.Reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease events.
In addition, studies abroad have shown that people who have too much sleep (more than 8 hours) or too few are prone to diabetes.