Daytime Napping Linked to Lower Risk of Heart Stroke

A new study, published in the journal Heart, suggests that daytime napping once or twice a week may decrease the risk of having heart stroke.Daytime Napping Linked to Lower Risk of Heart Stroke

Within the scope of the study, the researchers studied the association between napping frequency and duration as well as the risk of fatal or non-fatal heart conditions such as heart attack, stroke, or heart failure. The study included data gathered from 3462 randomly selected people living in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The study authors conclude: “The study of napping is a challenging but also a promising field with potentially significant public health implications. While there remain more questions than answers, it is time to start unveiling the power of naps for a supercharged heart.”

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