Sleeping Too Much Raises Your Risk of Early Death, Study Finds

Sleeping Too Much Raises Your Risk of Early Death, Study Finds

Too much sleep raises your risk of a premature death, finds a new American Heart Association study.

Researchers analyzed data from 74 studies including 3 million people, looking at their sleeping patterns. They study found people who slept for more than 10 hours were 30% more likely to die prematurely than those who slept for eight.

Sleeping more than 10 hours was also linked to a 56% increased of risk of dying from a stroke and 49% increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease.

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