Could Oversleeping Cause Cardiovascular Diseases? - Heart 4

Sunday, January 12, 2020
Normal and healthy sleep for adult
(credit to Amerisleep).

We all need sleep to repair “damages” of our body due to many daily activities. Other functions of sleep are:
- removing waste
- improving immunity
- processing memories and learning development for brain

The question then how long should we sleep for better health of our body? Many resources mentioned that sleeping between 7 and 9 hours is considered good and healthy.

Some experts described the length of sleep whether too short or too long has health risk to several diseases.

Oversleeping, more than 8 hours, will increase the risk of some diseases, especially cardiovascular relate diseases.


Illustration of health problems to oversleeping
(credit to verywell health).

Some diseases connect to sleeping too much are:
- heart disease
- stroke
- diabetes
- Obesity
- Cognitive impairment
- Impaired fertility
- Depression

In case of cardiovascular diseases, hours of sleep and its risks are following:
1) 8 hours sleep more per night
- double risk to have chest pain (angina)
- 10% risk to get coronary heart disease.

2) 9 hours sleep more per night
- 34% risk to get heart diseases.

3) 11 hours sleep more per night
- 38% to 44% risk to get coronary heart disease.

Luckily, who have been slept about 7.5 hours per night will less likely (reduce) by 18% to get heart diseases.

How many hours do you sleep per night? Hope, no less and no more than healthy range.

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  1. stress affects my sleep patterns ☹️

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  2. Very interesting post. I didnt know that sleep to long have so seriously threats

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  4. i usually sleep 7-8 hours per night. Never more than that

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  5. I need six hours of sleep 🙂
    Regards
    Lili

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      Some diseases connect to sleeping too much are:
      - heart disease
      - stroke
      - diabetes
      - Obesity
      - Cognitive impairment
      - Impaired fertility
      - Depression

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  8. I love to sleep, but I think I sleep no more than 8 hours!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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      In case of cardiovascular diseases, hours of sleep and its risks are following:
      1) 8 hours sleep more per night
      - double risk to have chest pain (angina)
      - 10% risk to get coronary heart disease.

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  9. Good info thanks I have been oversleeping the past few nights

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  10. My normal nights are 8 hours. I would love to need less and have more time during the day!

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      3) 11 hours sleep more per night
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  11. I like to sleep for a long time on the weekends. Perhaps, I should stop doing it.
    Great information! Have a nice week!

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  13. I need 5 hours no less no more
    Thanks for share this interesting post darling
    xx

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  14. Very interesting post.
    I sleep about seven hours.

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      - removing waste
      - improving immunity
      - processing memories and learning development for brain

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  15. I sleep normally between seven and eight hours.

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  16. What great information! Thanks for sharing. I usually sleep about 8 hours but since I have been sick I have been taking a nap in the afternoon.

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  17. Great info! I sleep abut 7 hours unless I have a glass of wine - then I am wide awake after about four hours.

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  18. Wow I had no idea about it- I usually sleep about 4-5 hours per day and it's enough for me :-)

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  19. Unfortunately, I love to sleep :( It is also worth checking thyroid if you sleep too much :)

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      Some diseases connect to sleeping too much are:
      - heart disease
      - stroke
      - diabetes
      - Obesity
      - Cognitive impairment
      - Impaired fertility
      - Depression

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  20. just when I thought sleeping too much was a good thing. Thanks for sharing doll.
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      In case of cardiovascular diseases, hours of sleep and its risks are following:

      1) 8 hours sleep more per night
      - double risk to have chest pain (angina)
      - 10% risk to get coronary heart disease.

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  21. Could Oversleeping Cause Cardiovascular Diseases? - Heart 4

    thank you

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