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Ways to reduce the risk of heart attack

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Eating habits, sleep disorders, and many other factors increase the risk of heart attack. The risk of this disease is increasing all over the world. Many people are losing their lives prematurely. So researchers have been trying for many years to figure out how to stay safe from heart attack.

Following this, researchers have published data on heart attacks.

According to a research report, sleeping between 10 pm and 11 pm is the ideal time. It keeps the heart risk-free. This habit is very good for heart health.

Researchers at the Biobank UK believe that regular deep sleep at the right time, in combination with the body's internal clock, reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke. The body's normal 24-hour breathing is important for well-being and alertness. It affects things like blood pressure.

In a study published in the European Heart Journal, researchers have collected information about the time of sleep and waking in seven days. Heart and health conditions were monitored for the next six years.

Sleep duration and irregular sleep are also responsible for heart attack.

Dr. David Plans, head of the research team, said those who slept late at night had the highest risk of a heart attack.

Regina Giblin, a senior cardiac nurse at the British Heart Foundation, says 10 pm to 11 pm is the best time to fall asleep for most people to keep their hearts healthy in the long run. He said that this information was obtained through long research.

"Adequate sleep is very important for our normal well-being, especially to stay free from heart attacks," Regina said. Older people need at least seven to nine hours of sleep a night.

But sleep alone does not affect the heart.

Researchers also say that we need to focus on how we live our lives. Blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and weight control are also important for the heart.

In addition, regular exercise, a balanced diet, reduction of alcohol and salt intake also help to keep the heart healthy.

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