Saturday March 3, 2019 (jkzx.com) — 流行病学和动物研究表明，习惯性睡眠模式与心血管疾病风险之间存在联系。
Sleeping hours linked to risk of cardiovascular disease
Epidemiological and animal studies have suggested that there is a link between habitual sleep patterns and risk of cardiovascular disease.
A Chinese study published in 2017 in the Journal of Biological and Medical Rhythm Research found an association between the sleeping duration and risk of cardiovascular disease.
The study enlisted 46,285 participants age 35 to 70 years from 12 provinces and 115 communities in China. Participants reported their sleeping patterns and their status of cardiovascular disease.
The study found that participants who slept 9 or more hours per day were 16% more likely to suffer cardiovascular disease, compared to those who slept 7 or 8 hours a day.
Those who only slept 6 hours a day were at even greater risk for cardiovascular disease. Compared to those who slept 7 or 8 hours a day, these participants were 56% more likely to have cardiovascular disease.
Those who took a nap during daytime were also at high risk of cardiovascular disease.
Does sleeping hours have an impact on the heart disease risk? May or may not. Those who have cardiovascular disease tend to have sleeping issues. So in many cases, people who sleep for 9 or more hours a day or less than 6 hours a day or they have to take a snap during the day time may need to check and see if they suffer cardiovascular disease.