VARIED NIGHTLY BEDTIME ,SLEEP DURATION LINKED TO CVD RISK

Good morning dear friends and fellow colleagues, Here is a latest update. Relationship between sleep and CVD risk. People who frequently alter the amount of sleep and time they go to bed each night are two fold more likely to develop cardiovascular disease , independent of traditional CVD risk factors. Prior studies revealed that workers who were doing night shift were at high risk of developing CVD due to disturbance in their circadian rhythm. But this CVD risk is increasing because of disruption of circadian rhythm out side of shift work accumulate over time particularly given modern life Style factors such as increased use of mobile devices and television at night. People with irregular sleep pattern are at increased CV risk. Irregular may also influence the rhythms of autonomic nervous system and behaviour rhythm with regard to timing and amount of eating or exercise. This was published in the journal of American College of cardiology among1992 Multi ethnic study of atherosclerosis participants ( MESA) aged 45 to 84 years who were free of CVD, and prospectively followed for a median of 4.9 years. During follow up there were 111 participants incident CVD events including Myocardial Infarction, Coronary heart disease death,Stroke and other CV events. Compared with people with less than 1 hour of variation in sleep duration, the risk for incident CVD was 9% higher for people whose sleep duration varied 61 to 90 minutes duration even after controlling of other CV risk factors. With regards, Dr Sepuri Tirumala Devi.

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Much needful information on biological clock..! Thanks for sharing mam..
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Irregular sleep pattern Increased CV risk AMJ1992 Good update
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