Sleep better: This is the healthiest time for heart sleep

Study author David Planes of Britain’s University of Exeter was quoted in a statement issued by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

From the epidemiological study, there is no definite causal relationship, but going to bed too early or too late is more likely to harm the circadian rhythm and thus have negative effects on cardiovascular health. So far, no scientific study has analyzed this.

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