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Sweet dreams

Want to look after your cardiovascular health? Make sure you. The study, conducted at the Brigham and Women’s hospital in Boston, US, looked at the data of 1,992 people and mapped their sleeping patterns over seven days, then consulted follow-up data over five years. Even after adjusting for other risk factors, the scientists found a significant association between irregular sleep patterns and cardiovascular problems, with those having two or more hours difference in sleep duration each night having more than twice the chance of higher blood pressure and diabetes – both connected to heart disease. Create a bedtime ritual that works for you and enjoy a peaceful night’s slumber…

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