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Updated 12/13/2018 – 14:39
BEIJING, December 13 (Xinhua) – It's hard for many people to leave the bed's bed in winter. But a new study that can connect too many times with health risks can be done; worrying people who sleep in the past.
The study, published in the European Heart Journal, shows that people who can sleep more than eight hours per day more risk of heart disease and blood vessels and even death.
Researchers from the Fuwai Beijing Hospital in China and from the McMaster University of Canada worked on the survey, which included 116,632 people from 35 to 70 in 21 countries since 2003. After Nearly eight years, researchers recorded 4,381 deaths and 4,365 cases. of cardiovascular diseases.
The experts highlighted the factors that could affect the results, such as age, sex, smoking, alcohol consumption, family history of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and blood pressure.
They found that people who slept six to eight hours per day were the lowest level of illnesses. Sleep less or less was associated with a larger risk, but the rest was more at risk of sleeping.
By sleeping eight to nine hours a day the risk was more than five percent; from nine to 10 hours, 17 per cent, and over 10 hours, 41 per cent. By making less than six hours, nine per cent were at risk.
The researchers also found that nocturnals during the day (around 30 to 60 minutes) could increase the risk, but only in people who sleep less than six hours at night .
This research has restrictions, which includes the expectation that time does not change; sleep during the long term, and no information was gathered on sleep problems such as insomnia and apnea, which also had a sleeping effect and could potentially affect sleeping. their health
But the result is similar to a survey made by British researchers lasting, which showed that every woman had a 20% higher risk of sleeping more than eight hours of breast cancer for every hour of sleep.
Time to sleep can help doctors identify people who have a major risk of death or death problems, Wang Chuangshi, the main author of the study, said.