Disrupted sleep can increase risk of death, say researches from University of Adelaide and Maastricht medical centre  Sky NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Women are almost twice as likely to suffer from serious heart problems when experiencing regularly disrupted sleep.Women are almost twice as likely to suffer from serious heart problems when experiencing regularly disrupted sleep.

Disrupted sleep can increase risk of death, say researches from University of Adelaide and Maastricht medical centre | Science & Tech News | Sky News

'Measures to minimise noise pollution, lose weight and treat sleep apnoea' could help.'Measures to minimise noise pollution, lose weight and treat sleep apnoea' could help.

Sleep: Disturbed shuteye linked to early death in women

Academics said ‘arousal burden’ is associated with long-term cardiovascular and all-cause mortality in women.Academics said ‘arousal burden’ is associated with long-term cardiovascular and all-cause mortality in women.

Disrupted sleep can increase risk of death, study suggests | East Lothian Courier

Disrupted sleep could contribute to a higher risk of death from heart disease, particularly in women, a study suggests.Researchers have assessed the impact of “unconscious wakefulness” and theDisrupted sleep could contribute to a higher risk of death from heart disease, particularly in women, a study suggests.Researchers have assessed the impact of “unconscious wakefulness” and the

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