New Research On Sleeping : In a research conducted in Britain, very surprising things have come to the fore. A recent research has found that people who wake up late at night and sleep less than five hours a night are at increased risk of life-threatening diseases. This research has been done at University College London (UCL) in the UK. In this research, researchers found that people over the age of 50 who sleep five hours or less in a day. Those people may be suffering from some fatal disease as compared to other people. In them this risk can be up to 20 percent.
Those who slept five hours or less for 25 consecutive years had a 40 percent increased risk of developing two or more life-threatening diseases, compared to those who slept for seven hours.
What happened in the research?
According to this research published in the journal PLOS Medicine, people aged 50, 60 and 70 who sleep for five hours or less have 30 to 40 percent risk of suffering from many life-threatening diseases compared to those who sleep for seven hours. rises to . Severin Sabia, the lead author of this research, said that ‘multi-morbidity problems are increasing in high-income countries and more than half of older adults now have at least two life-threatening diseases.’
How many people were sampled
“This is proving to be a major challenge to public health, as multiple morbidities are associated with higher healthcare access, hospitalization and disability,” Sabia said, adding that this research took 50, 60 and 70 years. More than seven thousand men and women of the age of about seven thousand were included.
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