Sleep Deprivation May Increase Cancer Risk

Here is yet another reason that sleeping problems can have serious long term repercussions – researchers at the National Cancer Institute have reported that women who consistently slept less than seven hours a night have a 47% higher risk of cancer.

Of course, sleep deprivation alone doesn’t cause cancer – there are a host of other factors that play a role (in fact, the same study reported that getting regular exercise can lower the cancer threat).  However, sleeplessness can be a simple problem to fix; it could be as easy as trying an audio sleep aid like Speed Sleep.  What do you have to lose, besides an increased risk of future problems?

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