2018/06/14 – 41: 09 AM SEOUL, June 14 (UPI) – Lack of sleep or excessive sleep may lead to high blood pressure, blood sugar or blood sugar levels, and may increase the risk of premature death, researchers say. Researchers in a recent study by researchers at the University of Seoul said that exactly eight hours might be the ideal number of hours of sleep, and that women who slept for 10 hours were at least 40 percent more vulnerable to 3 health conditions associated with premature death. The researchers said the participants had “metabolic syndrome” if they had at least three symptoms of high waist, high blood sugar levels, low levels of “good” cholesterol and high blood pressure. The symptoms were found in people who slept for more than 10 hours or less than six. Metabolic syndrome is a combination of health disorders mainly caused by overweight and obesity, and increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes. W.S. 06/06/2014 14/06/2018 Number of readings: 2 Last update: 2018/06/14 – 43: 09 AM
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