New research finds there’s a sweet spot for bedtimes that may protect your heart!!!
A study of 88,000 adults found that falling asleep between 10 & 11 pm is linked to a lower risk of heart disease. The findings suggest that earlier or later bedtimes can disrupt your Circadian Rhythm, which is your body's 24-hour internal clock.
While the study can’t prove that early or late bedtimes contribute to developing heart disease, The study's study co-author, David Plans-- a neuroscientist and experimental psychologist, says the results suggest that they might disrupt the body clock, which can have negative consequences for heart health.