Napping may increase likelihood of diabetes, hypertension

09/23/2013 | Daily Mail (London), The

Data on more than 27,000 Chinese individuals showed those who napped for more than half an hour had higher odds of type 2 diabetes than those who took shorter naps or no naps. Individuals who slept for more than 30 minutes were also more likely to develop hypertension and high cholesterol than those who didn't nap. The findings appear in the journal Sleep Medicine.

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