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Taking This Many Naps a Week Can Lower Heart Attack Risk, Study Says

Best Life Logo By Kali Coleman of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: It's highly possible you haven't taken a nap since you slept in a crib, or maybe you're among the 34 percents of adults in the U.S. who consider themselves nappers, according to data from the Pew Research Center. But if you're one of the people who stick their nose up at daytime napping and consider it a sign of laziness, you should know that getting some rest during the day could actually be benefiting your cardiovascular health. Research has found that taking a certain numbers of naps each week can lower your heart attack risk. Read on to find out exactly how many naps you need to take each week to keep your heart healthy, and for more to know about your heart, If You Drink This Every Day, Your Heart Could Be in Danger, Study Finds.Read the original article on Best Life.

Taking This Many Naps a Week Can Lower Heart Attack Risk, Study Says

It's highly possible you haven't taken a nap since you slept in a crib, or maybe you're among the 34 percents of adults in the U.S. who consider themselves nappers, according to data from the Pew Research Center. But if you're one of the people who stick their nose up at daytime napping and consider it a sign of laziness, you should know that getting some rest during the day could actually be benefiting your cardiovascular health. Research has found that taking a certain numbers of naps each week can lower your heart attack risk. Read on to find out exactly how many naps you need to take each week to keep your heart healthy, and for more to know about your heart, If You Drink This Every Day, Your Heart Could Be in Danger, Study Finds.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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