Irregular sleep linked to higher risk of death in the next 7 years TNA

Insufficient or poor quality sleep has been linked to poor health outcomes

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Constantly going to bed and waking up at different times can affect our circadian rhythm, throw various physiological processes in our body out of sync, and increase the risk of dying within a given time frame. However, pre-existing medical conditions can also affect sleep. These inconsistent sleep patterns may therefore correlate with, rather than cause, an increased risk of death over a period of time.

Matthew Pase at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and his colleagues studied…

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