The results showed that people who regularly defined in siestas, by the researchers as napping at least three times per week for an average of least 30 minutes, a 37 percent lower coronary mortality than those who did not nap. Occasional nappers showed a statistically non-significant 12 percent reduction in coronary mortality. The apparent protective effect of siesta was particularly strong among working men and weaker among does not work, especially retirees. Among working women, there were too few deaths to allow conclusions.
The believe believe that an afternoon siesta in a healthy person may act as a stress-releasing process, since there is evidence clear, both both short and long term negative effects on incidence of and mortality from coronary heart disease. The fact that the association was more evident among working men compared to retirees apparently reflects the different stress need to overcome these subgroups.Elimination of developing of Investigational Compound TAK-128 of peripheral diabetic neuropathy.
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