NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Insomnia and death prematurely, according to a new report, is not published in the Journal Sleep Medicine magazine. Scientists surveyed 17 inspections, involving nearly 37 million people, to collect their results, according to their. The BBC.
The report compares the results of the National Health Service in the UK, and also said, as well as people being exposed to obesity, heart disease and type 2 diabetes, and # 39 ; short life expectancy.
But for those who suffer from insomnia, there is a continuing concern about the relationship between sleep poverty and a short life that can not be disturbed. "I do not think about that," said Navid Khan, a secondary student. It will not be sleep more than 4 hours a day every night.