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Poor Sleep is Bad for Your Heart: Here's Why

29 days ago   |   By Medindia Health

Lack of sleep can affect your heart health. Therefore, people who don't get enough sleep are at a higher risk of developing stroke and heart attack, reveals a new study.
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Restless nights and pain: Not getting enough sleep "intensifies" your sensitivity to pain, reveals study

Restless nights and pain: Not getting enough sleep "intensifies" your sensitivity to pain, reveals study

29 days ago   |   By Natural News

People experiencing extreme pain find it difficult to sleep. Most of the time, it requires the use of painkillers, which is why opioid abuse is associated with both sleep loss and chronic pain. And while it is easy to imagine how pain can deprive people of sleep, how the interaction works the other way...
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