Experts have warned that poor quality of sleep does not only reduce mental alertness during the day, it also increases risk for hypertension and cardiovascular diseases. A chest physician with SleepMedix, Lekki, Lagos State, Dr. Michael Eziri, said lack of sleep could pose more serious health challenges to people. Such challenges, he said, include sexual dysfunction, especially in men, diabetes, obesity and severe mental disabilities.
According to a statistic, about 25 per cent of the world’s population at a time suffered from one form of sleep disorder or the other. These include sleep apnea, snoring and insomnia. Eziri noted that quality sleep was not only an essential ingredient to better health and longevity, it could also be a preventive measure against developing terminal diseases such as stroke, diabetes and hypertension.
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