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Margaret Shepard, Communications Associate
Joined: May 17, 2013
Posted by @Margaret_Marie in Heart & Blood Health, Apr 15, 2014
How many hours do you sleep a night? Sleeping less than 6 hours may be linked to high blood pressure. A lack of sleep over time might hurt your body's ability to regulate hormones, which may lead to high blood pressure.
Sleeping less than 6 hours a night linked to high blood pressure From ABC 15 Arizona
Tags: high blood pressure, ABC 15, sleep, hormones
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