New York, People with hypertension condition had a higher risk for stroke. It is said the researcher can be compounded if someone scruffy hours of sleep patterns between too much or too little.
Quoted from various sources on Monday (18/05/2015), Dr. Oluwaseun Akinseye of Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, said in hypertensive people with healthy sleep patterns of susceptibility to stroke there are about five percent.
Using data from 204,000 people with hypertension, Akinseye find those who slept less than five jalam day stroke risk rose to 11 percent. Meanwhile in people who slept eight hours over risk is also increased to 14 percent.
Data showed people with hypertension with the lowest prevalence of stroke, five per cent, there are those who regularly get six to eight hours of sleep a day.
These findings Akinseye conveyed at a meeting of the American Society of Hypertension in New York.
Professor Kay-Tee Khaw, a senior researcher at the University of Cambridge say needs to be examined further cause the relationship to sleep and stroke risk. Prof Khaw says perhaps by doing further research, will be found the length of the relationship of sleep into the early symptoms of the risk of the spread of stroke, especially in the elderly.