Are you 1 of these men with 141% higher risk of heart disease?

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Are you 1 of these men with 141% higher risk of heart disease?

Hey, Matt Cook here, and I’m going to make a bold statement… If you want to be healthy, then you have to get enough sleep and the sleep has to be good quality.There are no shortcuts and there is no way around this.

Sleep is critical to good health, and a lack of quality sleep has been linked to obesity, diabetes, cognitive problems, and heart disease.

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This study from the University of South Florida shows that poor sleep can more than DOUBLE the risk of heart disease.

In this study of 6,820 adults from the U.S., researchers looked at multiple aspects of sleep health.

They linked sleep to diagnoses of heart disease.

Researchers focused on multiple aspects of sleep health, such as regularity, satisfaction, alertness during waking hours, timing of sleep, sleep efficiency and sleep duration and linked them to physician-diagnosed heart disease.

The more sleep problems that people had, the more likely they were to have heart problems.

Even ONE problem with sleep increased the risk of heart disease a huge 54%.

They found that each additional increase in self-reported sleep health problems was associated with a 54 percent increased risk of heart disease.

And people with the most sleep problems had an ASTOUNDING 141% higher risk for heart disease.

The estimated risk of heart disease associated with an increase in sleep health problems was much higher for those who provided sleep data by both self-report and the research device. They had a 141 percent increase — a figure that could be perceived to be more accurate.

Those numbers are bonkers bad. Heart disease is the #1 killer in the United States and throughout much of the rest of the world.

When you double your rate of heart disease it means you are much likelier to die younger and have bigger health problems while you are alive.I don’t want to be depressing about this, but that’s just the reality of the situation.With correlations between sleep and heart health being this strong I’m appalled that more doctors aren’t asking their patients questions about sleep habits.

But it’s not something that doctors do on a regular basis. Crazy… I know.The good news is that sleep is something that is mostly under our control.

There are diseases that can cause poor sleep, but for the most part what kind of sleep we get and how much sleep we get is up to us.

You can turn off the TV earlier, get off of screens earlier, and watch what might be interfering with your sleep patterns so that you get enough good sleep.

Since sleep health can be modified, researchers say these findings can contribute to future prevention strategies to mitigate the risk of heart disease, which is the leading cause of death in the U.S.

It’s also important to note that making small changes so that you get better and more regular sleep can start to reduce your risk for heart disease.

Even if you don’t fix all your sleep problems all at once, it’s worth getting started.

I pay close attention to my sleep and make sure that I’m getting enough good quality sleep.

Sleep is an area that you should be paying attention to if you want to have the most robust health possible.

I can’t emphasize enough how important great sleep is to your overall health. I would love to see you at 120. So make sure you get enough shut eye!

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And it’s leaving me feeling well-rested and energized no matter how many hours of sleep I get.

So now I’m using his tape trick almost every night, and I no longer wake up, tossing and turning…

Instead I’m sleeping soundly and waking up feeling fully refreshed every morning.

And everyone I’ve shown this tape trick to agrees it’s the best sleep they’ve ever had in their life.

I’m sharing this tape trick, along with several other sleep techniques I’ve discovered over the years here in this special Transformation.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.