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How Sleep Disorders Damage the Heart

How Sleep Disorders Damage the Heart

Volunteers, aged 60 on average and 40% women, participated in a study on their sleep. Credit: Rido – stock.adobe.com

DECRYPTION – Le Figaro analyzes the results of a vast study based on the follow-up of some 7,200 people, without any particular health problem.

Sleeping well is essential for good health. This common sense rule has just been confirmed by a study carried out at the Cardiovascular Research Center in Paris by a team from Inserm. The work, the preliminary results of which were presented on Saturday August 27 at the congress of the European Society of Cardiology in Barcelona, ​​demonstrates that quality sleep reduces the risk of myocardial infarction and stroke.

Conversely, disturbed nights are associated with a higher risk of developing these cardiovascular pathologies. The analysis has not yet been reviewed by independent scientists.

This work is based on the follow-up of some 7200 people, without any particular health problem, recruited between 2008 and 2012 for a routine check-up in a Parisian preventive medical centre. The volunteers, aged 60 on average and 40% women, subsequently answered questionnaires every two years about their…

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