1. Taking an occasional nap lowers the risk of a heart attack - research finds  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Daily nap lowers risk of heart attack, according to new study  Newshub
  3. Heart attack: Doing this during the day once or twice a week could slash your risk  Express
  4. A daytime nap once or twice a week slashes the risk of a heart attack or stroke by half, research suggests  The Sun
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It's good news kip-lovers. New research suggests a daytime nap may lower the risk of a heart attack or stroke.It's good news kip-lovers. New research suggests a daytime nap may lower the risk of a heart attack or stroke.

"It is time to start unveiling the power of naps for a supercharged heart." A new study claims that naps are actually good for your cardiovascular health. Researchers found people who take one to two naps per day were less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke, so maybe you should be taking more naps. That said,..."It is time to start unveiling the power of naps for a supercharged heart."

New Study Suggests That a Nap Can Save Your Life | Inverse

A new study in the BMJ says one or two naps a week may reduce your risk of heart problems including strokes and heart disease.Sweet dreams

Naps May Be Good for Your Heart, a New Study Says | Time

“Occasional napping is associated with a 48% risk reduction of heart attack. Do "tube naps" count?”

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HEART ATTACK risk is strongly tied to poor lifestyle decisions. There are several ways to ward off the threat of having a heart attack. A new study has revealed a surprising association. HEART ATTACK risk is strongly tied to poor lifestyle decisions. There are several ways to ward off the threat of having a heart attack. A new study has revealed a surprising association.

Heart attack: Symptoms may be less likely if nap once or twice a week | Express.co.uk

The study looked at people over the course of five yearsThe study looked at people over the course of five years

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NAPPING twice a week slashes the risk of a heart attack or stroke by half, research reveals. But there was no benefit for more frequent snoozing compared to having no daytime shut-eye at all. Exper…

A daytime nap once or twice a week slashes the risk of a heart attack or stroke by half, research suggests – The Sun

Catching some extra snooze could have more health benefits than we knew of.Go on, have a snooze.

Taking a nap once or twice a week 'may cut the risk of heart attack' | Metro News

Although researchers warn overdoing it can have an adverse effect.Although researchers warn overdoing it can have an adverse effect.

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Napping has been linked to a reduced risk of heart attack and stroke by scientists at the University Hospital of Lausanne in Switzerland.In what might just be the best news of the week (admittedly, it's only Tuesday), napping has been linked to a reduced risk of heart attack and stroke by sc

Napping Once Or Twice A Week Might Be Good For Your Heart Health – But Scientists Are Not Sure Why | IFLScience

The research team from the University Hospital of Lausanne in Switzerland monitored 3,400 people aged 35 to 75 for an average of five years.The research team from the University Hospital of Lausanne in Switzerland monitored 3,400 people aged 35 to 75 for an average of five years.

Having an afternoon nap twice a week 'lowers your risk of a heart attack' | Daily Mail Online

Occasional napping was associated with an almost halving the risk of heart failureOccasional napping was associated with an almost halving the risk of heart failure

People who nap regularly are less likely to suffer a heart attack, scientists claim - Mirror Online

A new study reports the occasional nap appears to cut in half people's risk of heart attack, strokes and heart disease, compared with folks who never nap. A new study reports the occasional nap appears to cut in half people's risk of heart attack, strokes and heart disease, compared with folks who never nap.

Occasional Naps Do a Heart Good, Swiss Study Finds - WebMD

Having an afternoon nap once or twice a week is linked to a sharply reduced risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, research suggests.People who did so had half the chance of suffering a heart attack, stroke or heart failure. It did not seem to matter how long their naps were, researchers fromHaving an afternoon nap once or twice a week is linked to a sharply reduced risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, research suggests. People who did so had half the chance of suffering a heart...

Taking afternoon naps linked to healthy heart | The Times

LONDON, Sept 10 — New European research has found that taking a nap once or twice a week appears to be linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease events such as heart attack and stroke. Carried out by researchers at the University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland, the new study looked at...LONDON, Sept 10 — New European research has found that taking a nap once or twice a week appears to be linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease events such as heart attack and stroke. Carried out by researchers at the University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland, the new study looked at...

Could napping once or twice a week lower your risk of heart attack and stroke? | Life | Malay Mail

There's new evidence that taking a nap, once or twice a week, might go far beyond just restoring your energy.There’s new evidence that taking a nap, once or twice a week, might go far beyond just restoring your energy.

New study: A daytime nap can lower risk of heart attack or stroke | KXAN.com

Napping once or twice a week may cut the risk of heart attack and stroke, research has suggested.Napping once or twice a week may cut the risk of heart attack and stroke, research has suggested.

Occasional naps may reduce risk of heart attack

Could grabbing a nap once or twice a week help you live longer?Could grabbing a nap once or twice a week help you live longer? A new study reports the occasional nap appears to cut in half people's risk of heart attack, strokes, and heart disease, compared with folks who never nap.But more frequent napping provided no benefit,...

Napping Benefits Heart Health | Newsmax.com

New study finds one or two naps a week may be beneficial for heart health – but more isn't betterNew study finds one or two naps a week may be beneficial for heart health – but more isn't better

Napping benefits to health: Naps may reduce risk of heart attacks, heart disease and strokes, study finds - CBS News

A daytime nap once or twice a week may lower the risk of having a heart attack or stroke, according to new research.A daytime nap once or twice a week may lower the risk of having a heart attack or stroke, according to new research.

How taking one or two naps a week may lower your risk of having heart attack or stroke - Independent.ie