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Often stayed up late the night Trigger Heart Disease & Stroke

Experts warn of heart disease, the trend of burning the candle at the end of the day before sleep leads to a "time bomb" of health problems. In that sense, staying still do bad influence.

Demands of work and family barely stopping before sunrise until noon. If you are not able to before bedtime, a consequence lead to heart disease and stroke. As found by scientists at the University of Warwick.

They found that sleeping less than 6 hours per night the risk of death from cardiovascular disease approximately nearly 50 percent increase, and increase the risk of death from stroke by 15 percent. Conclusions were obtained after the researchers looked at 470,000 people in eight countries over 25 years.

"There is hope in modern society to live healthier. Attempts to life and work balance leads to too many people trading. Hopefully they can complete the job according to charge, " said Professor Francesco Cappuccio, heart specialists and epidemiologists, as quoted by the Telegraph, Wednesday (09/02/2011).

"The tendency to stay up early is actually a time bomb for our health. You must act now to your risk of heart disease and stroke are life threatening to reduce" he added.

Further studies are published in European Heart Journal confirms that the optimal duration of sleep is 7-8 hours. But, more than 9 hours a sleep indicator of other health problems.

Professor Cappuccio says there is evidence that staying late to influence the endocrine and cardiovascular systems, as regulator of hormone production. Stay up also resulted in impaired glucose tolerance and reduced insulin sensitivity, which can lead to diabetes and hypertension.

Last year, Prof Cappuccio had published a review of 16 studies of 1.3 million people showed that people who sleep less than 6 hours per night and 12 percent more likely to die before the age of 65 years than those who slept 7-8 hours.

"There are many reasons why the problem of lack of sleep more and more. Easy access to the Internet, more and more TV channels, worries about money and work hours can distract us from sleeping," said Ellen Mason, senior cardiac nurse British Heart Foundation.

"Sleeping too much or too little can a person increase the risk of stroke. This study emphasizes the importance of sleep a night and 6-8 hours on a regular basis,"said Dr. Sharlin Ahmed of The Stroke Association.



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