Date: a month ago   Category: Medicine

Scientists called a long dream deadly


Experts recommend to sleep no more than 7-8 hours a day. Otherwise, the risk of premature death increases. The group of scientists of the Kilsky university in Great Britain has established that the long dream increases risk of premature death. Writes Journal of the American Heart Association about it. Experts recommend to sleep no more than 7-8 hours a day. People who sleep about 10 hours a day are subject to premature death 30 percent more. Also, so long dream for 49% increases risk of death from cardiovascular diseases, and for 56% - from a stroke. At the same time the bad quality of a dream for 44% increases risk of development of coronary insufficiency. Besides it is established that the dream aberration in the smaller or big parties can cause heart troubles. Earlier it was reported that scientists have established how sex influences ability of the person to fill up. 460 people have participated in a research. Also it was reported that the long dream was called at the weekend one of ways of extension of life. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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