Worldwide, 15 million people experience stroke every year. About 6 million people die and 5 million suffer from disabilities. More than 795,000 people have strokes every year in the United States. Risk factors for stroke are some diseases like bad lifestyle, smoking and diabetes .. According to these findings, regular sleep and over 7 hours of sleep per night are associated with an increased risk of stroke in each person.
Some explorers are currently trying to find some damage in relation to sleep timelines. Several studies have found that too much or too little sleep can increase the risk of heart problems, including stroke. According to the report, the relationship between risk of sleep, excessive sleep and stroke was seen in the day.
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People who sleep are 85% more likely to die. Do, Jang and Team collected this information from 31750 people in China. None of the competitors who were 62 years old had no history of stroke or other serious health condition. Competitors answered questions about their sleeping patterns and napping habits, and the group of searchers followed them for an average of 6 years. The team found that 8 percent of its competitors were accustomed to snoozing for more than 90 minutes. And 24 percent reported sleeping at least 9 hours a night.
At the time of the study, there were 1557 stroke cases among the competitors. People who slept 9 or more hours per night. They were 23 percent more likely to experience a stroke than those who did not. Those who slept only 7-8 hours per night who regularly took less than 7 hours or 8-9 hours, did not have any risk of stroke.
People who slept for more than 9 hours and slept for more than 90 minutes a day had an 85 percent higher risk of falling asleep.