A longer lifespan, reduced blood pressure, and better cardiovascular health have all been associated with getting more sleep each night. Even though studies have linked getting enough good sleep to lower blood pressure, some people choose to ignore the need for adequate sleep, either because they don't know any differently or because their jobs prevent them from doing so.
A Mayo Clinic study found that older people who get the suggested amount of sleep each night have a lower chance of developing hypertension. As you read this article, unwind and absorb the information it contains.
How many hours of sleep are required each night for older people in order to lower their risk of developing hypertension?
Apparently, healthline Sleep has been shown to lower blood pressure, particularly in older people, as I already mentioned. Sleeping for less than 6 hours per night can cause blood pressure to rise above normal, even though older adults need more sleep than younger adults do to keep good health and proper heart function.
With age comes a greater need for additional sleep, especially at night. It is crucial to get 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night, particularly if you're an older adult because sleep rejuvenates the body and the heart weakens with age. Sleeping early is only half the fight; you must also maintain a regular sleep schedule that you follow regardless of how busy you are. By having a good night's sleep, you can safeguard your heart and reduce your risk of experiencing spikes in your blood pressure.
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