April 19, 2024

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Sleep well: This is a very healthy time for the heart to sleep

“The body has an internal clock that works 24 hours a day, a circadian rhythm that helps regulate the functioning of the body and soul,” said David Planes, a research professor at the University of Exeter in the UK. Cardiology (ESC).

No cause can be definitively determined from the epidemiological study, but going to bed too soon or too late can damage the circadian rhythm and have negative effects on heart health. So far, no scientific study has analyzed this.