Wednesday, 17 June 2020

I Can't Sleep ... Because My Veins Are Hard!


Berkeley, California: After analyzing nearly 12,000 middle-aged and elderly people of different races, experts at the University of California, Berkeley have found a clear link between stiffness in the veins and insomnia. ۔

The study, published in the online research journal PLoS Biology, found that as we age, fat builds up in the veins, causing the veins to harden and the blood to clot inside the body. The flow is also affected.

Hardening of the arteries and affecting the blood circulation in them increases the risk of dozens of dangerous and life-threatening diseases, from stroke to heart attack, on the one hand, and sleep on the other.

Therefore, with age, insomnia can be considered a precursor to the hardening of the arteries and other associated risks. However, experts involved in the study warn that the symptom is not limited to the risk of these diseases, but it can also lead to neurological and mental illness.

To prevent insomnia, experts say that the first thing to do is to go to bed at night and wake up in the morning, while not using smartphones, tablets, TVs, computers, etc. before going to bed, but all these things. Be kicked out of your bedroom Get in the habit of exercising; At least one caffeine (tea and coffee, etc.) and alcohol should not be used at all. If you can't sleep, do some physical or mental exercise (such as reading) until you start falling asleep. If insomnia persists despite all these efforts, it is best to consult a good and authoritative doctor.

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