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Author Topic: Little Sleep Doubles Mortality in Those With Heart, Diabetes Risks - Study shows  (Read 482 times)

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People with a common cluster of symptoms that puts them at increased risk of heart disease and diabetes are two times as likely to die as people without those risk factors if they get less than six hours of sleep per night.

That was the finding of a new study conducted by researchers at Pennsylvania State College of Medicine and reported in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

So-called metabolic syndrome is marked by elevated blood sugar, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and excess fat around the waistline. A diagnosis of metabolic syndrome also includes a high body mass index (BMI), a measurement of a person's weight relative to his height.

People with a high BMI and other symptoms of metabolic syndrome are at increased risk of developing heart disease and diabetes.

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