New research has found people who do not get quality sleep…


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New research has found people who do not get quality sleep or enough sleep are nearly three times as likely to fall ill with colds, flu and other diseases such as Covid-19.


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  1. Good quality sleep is more important than getting the recommended seven to nine hours when it comes to keeping illnesses at bay, a study suggests.

    New research has found people who do not get quality sleep or enough sleep are nearly three times as likely to fall ill with colds, flu and other diseases such as Covid-19.

    However, it also showed good quality sleep can effectively make up for sleeping less than the recommended amount when it comes to bolstering the immune system to help fight viral infections.

    Prof Neil Walsh, of Liverpool John Moores University, said his team’s findings – published in the journal Sleep – “change the way we should think about sleep and health”.

    https://m.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/more-snores-means-fewer-sneezes-study-finds-sleep-quality-better-for-health-42005605.html