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Lack of Sleep causes Heart Disease

Do you know that sleep is important for a healthy heart? Well, having a good sleep is as important as you eat and even breathe. When you are sleeping, your body takes care of your mental and physical health. It also regulates the insulin level as well as keeps a check on the hormone level. Your blood pressure will remain under control and many other good things happen while you are sleeping. But, if you are suffering from insomnia, sleep loss and sleep apnea, then your heart health may remain at stake.

Lack of Sleep and Healthy Heart

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Research says that at night if you are sleeping less than 6 hours, then the chance of stroke increases by 15% and heart attack by 50%. Also, if you sleep less, then you end up eating more and this results in obesity. Lack of sleep also affects the cardiovascular system. Also, it causes the increase of stress hormone and lead to heart disease. At night, if you wake up from the middle of your sleep, then there will be a sudden increase in the blood pressure and this may further cause chest pain and abnormal heartbeats.

Following are the other reasons if you face problem in the sleeping cycle:

  • Build up of fluid in the lungs cause heart failure
  • Abnormal heart rhythm (Arrhythmias)
  • Angina

So, it’s very important that you get enough sleep to combat heart diseases. Moreover, if you face any heart related problems, then do not hesitate to contact good Heart Specialist in Kolkata.

Let’s see how you can improve your sleep:

Reduce stress level- Keep yourself away from all kinds of stress if you want to stay happy and healthy. Stress increases your stress hormone and this lead to heart attack. So, go to bed and sleep well without any stress.

Eat Healthy- Switch your plate of junk food with whole food. It will reduce your bad cholesterol and increase the amount of good cholesterol.

Take care of your heart and also get proper advice from Cardiologist in Kolkata.

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