Want to avoid being a victim of COVID-19?

Lack of sleep can be devastating to physical health, but it can also greatly increase the risk of coronary heart disease. This is according to a new medical study, which found that people who sleep well and are satisfied with their jobs significantly reduce the risk of COVID-19.

The results of the study are also shocking because it involved medical personnel who are more likely to be infected with the Coronavirus than the general population, Or to speak another way, they are more vulnerable.

The study included 2,844 health workers and establish that every extra hour of sleep at night reduced the risk of COVID-19 by 12%. The study also found that people who suffer from work-related fatigue or lack of physical energy are 2.6 times more likely to be diagnosed with COVID-19 than others.

In fact, such people have a longer duration of COVID-19 and more severe symptoms. The researchers said, that the research highlights the important factors that increase the risk of COVID-19, which are not related to hygiene, and reinforces. The idea strengthens that proper sleep and job stress reduction can provide protection to epidemics.

The researchers added that the findings suggest that sleep duration at night, sleep problems, and work-related stress or other problems may be factors that increase the risk of viral diseases such as COVID-19.

This is the first study to link sleep habits to the risk of COVID-19. The duration of nighttime sleep, nap times in the afternoon, and sleep problems. The results of the study were published on March 22 in the Medical Journal BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health.

A survey of participants in this study determined which of them had a higher risk of COVID-19. According to the research, every extra hour of sleep every night reduces the risk of COVID-19 by 12%. But every extra hour of sleep in the afternoon would increase the risk by 6%.

The study, which ran from July 17 to September 25, 2020, found that 72 percent of the respondents were men, with an average age of 48. The 568 people surveyed said they had contracted COVID-19, while all said they lived very close to COVID-19 patients in their hospitals.

Simply the more sleep you enjoy at night, the more you will prepare your body to fight COVID-19 or any other disease. Past research reports have shown that people with sleep problems or people who sleep for 5 or 6 hours have a higher risk of respiratory diseases and related problems.

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