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Little sleep increases risk of stroke and heart attacks

Little sleep increases risk of stroke and heart attacks

New research from Warwick Medical School , published in the European Heart Journal , shows that prolonged sleep deprivation and sleep patterns Researchers have linked the lack of sleep to strokes, heart attacks and cardiovascular diseases that often result in early death.

The tendency to stay up until dawn awake is actually a time bomb for health, so we need to act to reduce the risk of developing these conditions of life.

The study authors conducted an investigation that accompanied the analysis of seven to 25 plus years of 470,000 participants from eight countries, including Japan, the United States, Sweden and the UK.

All the day-to-day work is causing many to devote precious time to sleep to ensure and complete all t of the routine. However, in doing so, they are significantly increasing the risk of suffering a stroke or developing cardiovascular disease.

According to the researchers, sleeping poorly causes people to produce hormones and chemicals in the body that increase the chances of develop cardiovascular diseases, strokes and other risk conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol and obesity.

Food can help you at bedtime!

According to the nutritionist at the Hospital de Clínicas of Unicamp, Salete Campos, there is a substance in foods that favors the work of our body in restoring balance at night: tryptophan. "Once in the brain, it increases the production of serotonin, a substance known as the mood hormone that has sedative power and helps induce and improve sleep."

This substance can be found in lean meats, fish, milks and yogurts, white and lean cheeses, nuts, bananas and legumes. Serotonin still regulates our biological clock.

Insulin also plays an important role in the sleep pattern. Hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, usually occurs at night because that's when we do not feed. When the glucose level drops, adrenaline is released as a secondary source. Because the hormone is stimulant, it can cause sleep disorders.

Therefore, carbohydrate intake is necessary. "They favor the increase in insulin levels, which help in 'cleaning' the circulating amino acids in the blood," explains Salete.

Some sources of carbohydrates are breads, cereals, biscuits, pasta, rice, fruits, vegetables, Cooked Corn Meal. The nutritionist notes: "A low-carbohydrate diet for several days can lead to mood swings and depression."

Vitamin B6 and magnesium are two other essential nutrients for the body to be at peace on time to go to bed.


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