Insomnia is associated with increased risk of heart attack and stroke, according to research.
"Sleep is important for biological recovery and takes around a third of our lifetime, but in modern society more and more people complain of insomnia," said first author Qiao He, a Master's degree student. "For example, it is reported that approximately one-third of the general population from insomnia symptoms."According to Science daily
"Researchers have found associations between insomnia and poor health outcomes," continued Miss He. "But the links between insomnia and heart disease or stroke have been inconsistent."