Importance of Regular Sleep

UD’s Hoopes and collaborators show consistent sleep relates to preserved cardiovascular function

It may seem like a good idea at the time — staying up late or pulling an all-nighter to study, celebrate or get to your destination faster — but it is probably not the health-savvy choice.

And those “recovery” days — the days you try to get more sleep to make up for those lost nights? Not as helpful as you might think.

A new study by a team of researchers in the University of Delaware’s College of Health Sciences suggests that consistently sleeping the same amount every night is associated with better cardiovascular health. Irregular sleep may increase the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, even in otherwise healthy, young adults. Read More >>

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