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Sleep loss linked to teens’ blood pressure | Reuters
No matter what technique you use, consistency and perseverance is the key to success. Some other cause could be behind both the higher blood pressure readings and reduced sleep times. He and his team wanted to examine the relationship between sleep and blood pressure in teens without other potential causes of high blood pressure, such as obesity or sleep apnea.
In the current study, researchers also found that kids who got the least amount of sleep based on their sleep diaries generally had later bedtimes and woke up earlier every day.
The study did not prove that short sleep duration would cause high blood pressure in adolescents. On average, each hour of nightly lost sleep was associated with an increase of 2 mm Hg in systolic blood pressure the top number and 1 mm Hg in diastolic blood pressure.
A total of kids between the ages of 10 and 18 completed the study. She said this is an issue that affects all teenagers, not just kids who have sleep problems.
The kids filled out sleep diaries for seven days before they entered a sleep lab for hour sleep studies, where they were monitored for blood pressure, sleep duration and the quality of their sleep.
But during the hour sleep study, those kids fell asleep sooner and had longer total sleep times than the rest of the kids. NEW YORK Reuters Health – Beyond making kitajskw sleepy during the day, staying up late may be raising their blood pressure, setting them up for later heart troubles, say Chinese researchers.
Owens also said she hopes reports like this lead to long-term studies following sleep-deprived teens into their adult years.
Au says parents can help their kids get the sleep they need. The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
In general, the children who had less total sleep during the week had slightly higher blood pressure measurements. All participants in the new study were healthy and not overweight or obese for their ages, kitajka none had sleep apnea or recent surgery involving the airways. Owens also told Reuters Health that disruptions in circadian rhythms might also contribute to cardiovascular risk.
You may easily obtain a list of them from the Internet. The researchers point out that previous studies have found that kids with short sleep times had higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the morning, and that sleep deprivation may blunt the ability of blood vessels to respond to changes in pressure.
The researchers invited adolescents who had participated in a previous study on obstructive stusija apnea.