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New study reports findings of insomnia being linked to coronary heart disease

New study reports findings of insomnia being linked to coronary heart disease

In a recent study that was conducted by the China KadoorieBiobank, links have been found insomnia symptoms and risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. The study was conducted amongst 0.5 million adults in China who reported that they were facing three common insomnia related symptoms i.e.,  maintaining sleep, early morning awakening, and daytime dysfunction. Over the course of time they developed heart problems even the exact cause is yet to be established. The study was adjusted in order to include common lifestyle factors like nicotine and alcohol consumption, work schedules, etc.

"This is probably one of the larger studies that have been published so far on the connection between insomnia and cardiovascular risk. While we don't understand the exact link, what we've learned over the years is that sleep is important. I also think insomnia may be a symptom of some other disease in the body that's not symptomatic yet," said Harvard professor and prominent neurologist Dr. Natalia Rost, chief of the stroke division at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

The neurologist also said that she thought that insomnia brings out problems and diseases that are already underlying in the body. Insomnia causes the body to manifest and develop the disease in a very rapid manner.

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