Sleeping for more than 9 hours at night can increase risk of stroke
People who sleep nine or more hours per night are 23 per cent more likely to later have a stroke.
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Fitness not a priority in India? Fitbit survey names country 'least-active', second-most sleep deprived
Indians get only an average night sleep of 7 hours 1 minute.
Popping antibiotics too often? Watch out for colon cancer risk
Obesity, smoking, alcohol use, and diabetes are also potential risk factors.
Insomnia does more harm than you know, may up heart disease risk
Disturbed sleep patterns may also up stroke risk.
Snoring or daytime fatigue? Women suffering from sleep apnoea at increased risk of cancer than men
The focus has been on the connection with one form of cancer: malignant melanoma.
Sleep apnea could harm obese women more than men, may up cancer risk
The same is likely to happen with sleep-deprived women.
Now obstructive sleep apnoea can be treated, using 3D imaging
Snorting, choking or gasping while sleeping are the indicators of the condition.
More harmful than you think: Heavy snoring may up risk of sleep apnea
Heavy snoring can cause injury in the upper airways.
Unable to get 7 hours of sleep? Watch out for heart disease risk
Chronic short sleep is associated with increased risk of clogged arteries.
Common myths busted: 5 hrs of sleep not enough, can be fatal
Long-term sleep deficits pose serious risk to health.Common myths busted: 5 hrs of sleep not enough, can be fatal
Kicking, yelling in sleep can increase the risk of neurological diseases later
The study found that men are more likely to have the disorder.
Liver problems, sleep apnea, GERD: Obesity can harm more than just the heart
It’s time you looked beyond the cardiovascular risk of obesity.
Love sleeping? Snoozing for over 9 hours could kill you
While getting enough sleep is vital for staying healthy, dozing off for long hours can increase risk of early death.
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