Short sleep potentially promotes cardiac remodelling

Short sleep potentially promotes cardiac remodelling

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Short sleep duration may induce adverse changes in cardiac structure even at younger ages, according to a study, underscoring the value of getting adequate sleep in order to protect cardiac structure.
4 Jan 2017 - General
Sleep especially the REM sleep is beneficial for the body. It helps the body to rest and revive. The present article showcases the harmful effects of short sleep like cardiac abnormalities. Apart from this the person may feel lazy throughout the day,...
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Yay! Thanks for tagging me to this article Jemelyn Mae Sodusta. I am quite surprised with the findings of this study! Though the respondents isn't that much to make a significance in it...
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This only means that it is better to sleep with 7- 9 hours per day or even more. We have to balance everything and prioritize the needs of our body. Even if this study needs a further research, it is still helpful to know the difference of having nor...
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Short sleep can adverse cardiac remodelling a recent data revealed. A study conducted on 559 metabolic risk individuals. Short sleepers (≤7 hours/night) observed a larger interventricular septal diastolic thickness, left ventricular end-diastolic dia...
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