Poor-quality sleep can affect heart disease in women, research shows

07/24/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Poor sleep habits can be problematic for women, especially those with pre-existing heart conditions, writes Michael J. Breus, a clinical psychologist with a specialty in sleep disorders and neuropsychological testing. "Research indicates that poor-quality sleep -- and waking too early in particular -- is associated with increased inflammation among women with heart disease," he writes.

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