Asked on June 17, 2012
Created June 17, 2012 at 6:43 PM

INSOMNIA AND ICTUS RISK: why? An article just published claims that those who suffer from insomnia may ICTUS and cardiovascular disease risk in practice. The problem is that those who can not sleep and suffer from insomnia have a bacterial inflammation in the blood and can not sleep because the bacteria cause a state of anxiety and hyperactivity of the nerve cells, as happens to children who have fever and have a irreqiueto restless sleep, just because it does not look good. The cause of insomnia is then eliminated by reducing high-glycemic foods that feed bacteria and inflammation, and taking an antibiotic like amoxicillin or erythromycin (instead of a sleeping pill) until you can not sleep well, indicating that there is no Most bacterial inflammation in the blood! These are the bacteria that we carry inside, in fact, the cause of stroke and cardiovascular disease!


Sleeping less than 6 hours a night quadruples stroke risk, study Milan, June 11 (Reuters Health) - Sleep little and badly, in the long run, ruin your health. But the list of troubles caused by a bad relationship with Morpheus is now also adds the stroke: the risk of a 'cerebral infarction' by 4 times in people who sleep less than 6 hours per night, compared to those sleeping 7 -8. The warning comes by the team of Megan Ruiter, University of Alabama at Birmingham, in a study presented today in Boston during the 26 th meeting of the companies associated with sleep experts (Associated Professional Sleep Societies). This is the first research linking sleep deprivation with an increased likelihood of stroke, the authors explain. And in particular, this is the first study that demonstrates a greater cardiovascular risk in people who do not get enough sleep but have no other risk factor, such as overweight or obesity and obstructive sleep apnea. The study, which lasted 3 years, has involved over 5,600 people with normal body mass index and without a history of stroke, called to report every 6 months the duration of your sleep and any symptoms of stroke. "People have learned how important diet and exercise in preventing stroke - Ruiter notes - Instead, it is still a poor understanding of the impact it can have on health because of insufficient number of hours sleep. Sleep is essential - recalls the expert - because if we rest a sufficient amount of time the body is stressed out. " Although the 'perfect night' according to specialists should last from 7 to 9 hours, a recent study sponsored by the U.S. government has found that 30% die before the 6 hours of sleep a night. And according to the National Sleep Foundation, the share of the lucky ones who can stand 8 hours or more dropped by 10 percentage points since 2001: from 38% to 28%.

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