Regularly taking naps of at least 90 minutes in your sixties may increase your risk of a STROKE – Daily Mail

Over-60s who nap for more than an hour-and-a-half during the day are 25 per cent more likely to suffer a stroke than people who do not, research suggests (stock)

Regularly taking long naps in your sixties may increase your risk of having a stroke, research suggests.

For a long time, doctors have warned sleep deprivation triggers high blood pressure and clots in the arteries.

And experts in China have now bolstered the evidence that napping for too long or getting too much shut-eye is equally as bad.

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