Individuals who napped once or twice weekly were at a significantly reduced risk for incident cardiovascular disease events, compared with those who didn't nap, according to findings published in the journal Heart. Swiss researchers, who evaluated 3,462 people without a previous CVD history, found no association between nap duration and CVD events.
Research links napping to reduced CVD risk
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