A study reports that going to sleep 10pm is linked to lower risk of heart disease.
The study suggests that “Early or late bedtimes may result in individuals missing cues that help reset body clock each day”
The association with increased heart problems was stronger in females.
Even though going to bed early is very hard with globally interconnected mobile devices, it is important we all sleep well !
Guardian newspaper. Sleep at 10pm linked to lower risk of heart disease, study finds.
Nicola Davis Science correspondent
Tue 9 Nov 2021 00.05 GMT
Accelerometer-derived sleep onset timing and cardiovascular disease incidence: a UK Biobank cohort study
Shahram Nikbakhtian, Angus B Reed, Bernard Dillon Obika, Davide Morelli, Adam C Cunningham, Mert Aral, David Plans
European Heart Journal – Digital Health, ztab088, https://doi.org/10.1093/ehjdh/ztab088
Published: 09 November 2021
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