For Your Health Heart Disease, Lupus and Sleep Deprivation
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Sleep Apnea & Cardiovascular Disease in Adults
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Sleep Disruption and Increased Risk of Coronary heart Disease
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OSA and Cardiovascular Disease
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Sleep Disorders and the Heart: What Do Cardiologists Need to Know?
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Teen Sleep Problems and Heart Disease Risk
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The Relationship Between Sleep Apnea and Cardiovascular Disease
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Several new studies have explored the connection between sleep and heart health. A paper presented at the 2018 European Society of Cardiology conference reported that middle aged men who slept fewer than five hours per night had twice the risk of suffering a heart attack, stroke or dying from cardiovascular disease over the next two decades than men who slept 7–8 hours per night. For many years, researchers have known that there is an association between interrupted sleep and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. The mechanism that causes this increased risk has eluded scientists — until now. Poor Sleep Linked to Cardiovascular Disease Another worrying thing to keep you up at night: new study finds connection between lack of rest and atherosclerosis This research “provides new approaches to identify people at risk before its clinical manifestation and before it is detected by current clinical tests,” said José Ordovás.
Poor sleep may increase the risk for cardiovascular disease, new research suggests. Researchers assigned “sleep scores” on a scale of zero to five to. Sleeping too little or too much increases the risk of cardiovascular events and death in those with coronary artery disease, suggests a growing body of evidence.
More than one-third (35%) of US adults sleep less than the 7 hours recommended for optimal health, according to a 2017 report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And previous studies suggest poor sleep can cause weight gain and a rise in blood sugar and blood pressure. But over the last six months, four studies were published that link sleep deprivation with inflammation, poor oxygen circulation and atherosclerosis – three significant risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Insomnia is linked to poor mood, increased use of health care resources, decreased quality of life, and possibly cardiovascular risk factors and disease.
Studies have shown increase in cortisol levels, decreased immunity, and increased markers of sympathetic activity in sleep-deprived healthy subjects and those with chronic insomnia. Current Knowledge/Study Rationale:There is increasing evidence showing that short sleep duration and poor sleep quality are associated with cardiovascular disease. However, there is little information on the joint effects of quality and duration of sleep, despite the fact that a comprehensive sleep profile should consist of both.
Sleep Loss and Heart Disease One 2008 study from the University of Chicago found a link between shortened sleep and increased coronary artery calcification (calcium deposits), “a good predictor of. Studies have found that a single night of inadequate sleep in people who have existing hypertension can cause elevated blood pressure throughout the following day. This effect may begin to explain the correlation between poor sleep and cardiovascular disease and stroke.
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|from Gerontological Nursing: Competencies for Care|
|from Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations and Clinical Aspects|
|from The Insomnia Workbook: A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Sleep You Need|
|from Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine: Expert Consult Premium Edition Enhanced Online Features|
|from Basic Geriatric Nursing E-Book|
|from Transcend: Nine Steps to Living Well Forever|