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Sleep timeing

Why is it important to sleep on time?
Middle-aged people who do not go to sleep at the same time every night and those who work in different shifts in offices have twice the risk of developing heart disease.  This has been claimed in a recent research.  Researchers found that people aged 45 years and above, who do not have any sleep and sleep time and who sleep in different amounts every day, are more likely to have heart disease.

Sleeping with a pattern is essential: Research published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology states that regularly sleeping with the same pattern helps prevent cardiovascular disease.  Regularly getting the same amount of sleep along with physical activity and healthy diet is also necessary to keep many diseases away.  The researchers studied 1992 men and women in five years of research.  His age was between 45 and 84 years.
Of these, 38 percent were white, 28 percent were black, 22 percent were Hispanic and 12 percent were Chinese American.  The participants' sleep patterns were monitored for seven days with instruments on their wrist.  111 participants died of heart attack, stroke or heart disease during the fifth year.  The participants who had the most irregular sleep or sleep time were twice as likely to have heart disease as those who were regular sleepers.

More sleep problems among minorities:
We hope that our research will increase people's awareness of regular sleep and understand the importance of sleep to ward off diseases, said researcher Dr. Tiny Huang of Brigham & Women's Hospital, USA.  This research is important because it has found a relationship between irregular sleeping patterns and heart diseases, said researcher doctor Michael Taviri.

Lack of sleep will also cause these problems:
Prior research has linked irregular sleep to pathological abnormalities such as changes in blood sugar and swelling.  Irregular sleep patterns have also been linked to metabolic changes that lead to obesity, diabetes, and high cholesterol.  Scientists still don't know clearly why there is a connection between irregular sleep and heart diseases, but they believe that this happens because of a change in the 24-hour biological clock.

50 Percent of people worldwide are suffering from lack of sleep and insomnia

30 Lakhs of people work in offices at night parties around the world

Blood pressure

High blood pressure reduces intelligence:

Those who are suffering from high blood pressure at a young age, their intelligence can decrease in middle age.  This has been revealed in a joint study by Northwestern University and Tel Aviv University.  This research has been published in the journal Circulation of the American Heart Association.

Researcher Professor Hausdroff is required to treat blood pressure,
We have come to know this research that due to high blood pressure, the stored knowledge and information in the brain have a parabura effect.  Having high blood pressure in puberty can also cause great harm to intelligence, so treatment is needed to reduce blood pressure at this age.  "We know that poor cognitive grip among middle-aged people poses a risk of cognitive decline, dementia, falls and death," he said.

Eat egg

Eating one egg daily is good for heart diseases:
Consuming one egg per day may be good for you and according to chronic fears it does not increase the risk of heart attack or stroke.  Research published in the journal DabMJ provides evidence that casing an egg every day does not increase the risk of heart disease.  Eggs are the cheapest source of high quality protein, iron and unsaturated fatty acids.  However, the issue of risk between egg intake and heart diseases due to cholesterol present in eggs has been the subject of much discussion for the past decade.  Professor Jean-Philippe Droin of Laval University in Canada said that the debate on this controversial topic fostered, but our study supports the association between egg consumption and heart disease.  The first research on eggs was done in 1999, stating that there is no correlation between eggs and heart disease.

• Consumption of eggs does not increase the risk of heart attack or stroke

• Egg intake should be taken in small amounts during breakfast



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