Frequent napping may be a sign of higher risks of stroke, high blood pressure

  • Researchers in China found frequent napping may be a signal of higher risks of blood pressure and stroke.
  • The findings suggest that individuals who sometimes or frequently napped had an increased risk of hypertension and stroke compared to individuals who never nap.
  • While napping itself isn’t the issue, researchers say it could be a sign of potential underlying health issues.

By Beth JoJack on July 26, 2022

Fact checked by Hannah Flynn

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