Sleeping More Could Save You From Future Stroke, New Study Says
Getting a few extra hours of sleep each week could be a lifesaver. Insomnia symptoms – including difficulty falling or staying asleep – may increase the risk of stroke, according to a new study published in Neurology. Researchers followed 30,000 people with no past stroke history for 9 years. During that time, over 2,000 of the participants suffered from a stroke. The study found that participants with insomnia symptoms were over 50% more likely to have a stroke than people who didn’t have any sleep issues at all. Read more.