Anya EdwardsSleeping fewer than 7 hours/day puts you at higher risk for cardiovascular disease - fewer than 5 doubles your risk!

http://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/news/20100802/too-little-sleep-may-raise-heart-disease-risk
Bethesda, MD - 7 yearss ago

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Amanda WartonThis rings true. I read somewhere that when Daylight Savings Time starts, the incidence of cardiac arrest also spikes in hospital emergency rooms across the country.
Washington, DC - 7 yearss ago
Sara GreenbergSleep-deprived people often lower their own metabolism. They simply don’t have the strength to digest carbs efficiently

McLean, VA - 7 yearss ago