NAPs will help to cope with hypertension

Scientists conducted a study involving 386 people with hypertension and scientifically proved that daytime sleep lowers blood pressure and the risk of diseases of the cardiovascular system. In addition, they assessed the lifestyle of volunteers and held them ECG. This reports Zee News.

People who love to arrange daytime breaks, have blood pressure on average 5% lower than people ever day not sleeping. The pressure at daily sleep falls to 5 millimeters of mercury, during a night's sleep – 7 points.

Note, the pressure reduction is only two millimeters can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by 10%. Scientists advise people with hypertension to relax more during the day and to stop just short dining dream to protect their health.

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