London, Saturday, 4 September 2021
According to a research, people who get enough and good sleep are 3% less likely to have a heart attack. A healthy sleep pattern doesn’t mean staying awake for 6 to 8 hours in the morning, but you shouldn’t feel sleepy or sleepy during the day. Heart failure kills more than 25 million people worldwide. Sleep problems in particular play an important role in increasing heart failure. From 2009 to 2010, 20,608 people aged 6 to 7 years who were on hospital duty were selected for the study by the UK Biobank. In which data on heart failure from April 1, 2017 was studied.
The researchers reported an average of 21 cases of heart failure over a 10-year period. The researchers analyzed each case as a whole, based on sleep quality. The New Orleans professor of epidemiology highlights five factors that determine the score for healthy sleep. Sleep quality, sleep duration, insomnia, snoring and other sleep characteristics were taken into account. Sleep duration was divided into three types: short duration of less than 3 hours and long duration of 8 hours or more. The emphasis was on improving sleep patterns to reduce the chances of heart failure.
In addition, diabetes, hypertension, drug use, genetic variation, etc. were also considered. An in-depth study of all factors found that 4% of people with good sleep patterns were less likely. Interestingly, people who wake up in the morning have an 8% lower risk of heart failure. People who slept 6 to 8 hours had a 15 percent lower risk of heart failure. Those who did not have insomnia had a 15% lower risk and those who did not get enough sleep during the day had a 5% lower risk.