WHO shows concern on #poor sleep & heart health
Posted by Dr. Manvir Bhatia | On July 21, 2015
An inadequate night of sleep doesn't just leave you exhausted and weak the next day-a new WHO study raises up a warning that it should be a risk factor for developing 'Heart disease like smoking, lack of exercise and poor diet'.
Poor sleep interferes with your body's CIRCADIAN RHYTHM,BRAIN FUNCTION,MEMORY AND PROCESSING SPEED.
circadian rhythm, brain function, memory and processing speed. Suggestion better not to take night shifts and take 6-8 hours complete sleep. So that body's biological process works well.
Sleep Better and Live better.