Sleep at regular hours and you will be healthier
Regular sleep hours promote good health - science news daily in short

Parents struggle to offer regular sleep hours for their children, often neglecting to do the same for themselves. A new study shows that adults can also benefit from regular sleep hours. After following almost 2,000 adults, researchers concluded that people with irregular sleep hours had higher blood sugar, weighed more, had higher blood pressure and increased the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. The study suggests, therefore an association between sleep irregularity and heart and metabolic diseases (but not necessarily a cause-and-effect relationship). The authors plan to expand the present study in the future to understand better the connections between sleep patterns and health.

Read the full story: Duke University
Scientific publication: Scientific Reports