Insomnia increases the risk of stroke and heart attack

Don’t you often lie in bed at night and your crotch changes?  If yes, you may be more prone to stroke, heart attack or other blood vessel diseases.

This was revealed in a medical research conducted in China.
Peking University research found that the risk of life-threatening diseases is also significantly increased in people who complain of insomnia.
During this study, around 5 lakh people were surveyed and found that the risk of life-threatening diseases like heart attack or stroke is up to 20% in the victims of insomnia.

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Lee Ming Li, who is on the research team, said the results indicate that people who have difficulty sleeping, if they are kept in sight, can reduce the rate of stroke, heart attack and other diseases.  ۔
The average age of the volunteers involved in this study was 51 years and they had not experienced stroke or heart disease in the past.
Researchers asked these individuals if they had at least 3 days each week with any symptoms of insomnia such as difficulty sleeping or waking up after sleeping, waking up very early in the morning or lacking sleep during the day.  Due to the difficulty of focusing, etc. does not occur.
11% had difficulty sleeping or waking up repeatedly, 10% woke up very early, and 2% found it difficult to stay focused throughout the day due to lack of sleep, but researchers did not determine.  Whether or not these people met the full term of nonsense.

These individuals were evaluated for an average of 10 years and during that period more than 30,000 volunteers reported cases of stroke, heart attack and other similar diseases.
In those who had all three symptoms of insomnia, the risk of these diseases could be up to 18% higher than those with insomnia.  After adjusting for smoking, alcohol use and physical activity distances, it diminished.
People who have difficulty sleeping or wake up often have a 9 percent higher risk.
During the study, more than 55,000 people had this symptom of insomnia, and 32% or more than 17,000 suffered a stroke or a heart attack.
In people who get up very early and then fail to sleep, the risk of these diseases increases by 7%, while those who fail to stay focused are 13% more likely.
Researchers say that the association between insomnia symptoms and the disease is stronger among young people and people who were not suffering from hypertension at the beginning of the research and how this will be seen in future research.  Early diagnosis and treatment can be made possible in groups.
Researchers said the study did not highlight the symptoms and symptoms of insomnia and the causes and effects of these life-threatening diseases, but simply proved a correlation.
The results of this study were published in the journal Neurology of the American Academy of Neurology.