Sunday, January 4, 2009

Poor Sleep? Beware Cause Cancer!

Exercise regularly can reduce the risk of cancer in women, but the benefits that can escape if the woman is too little sleep, the researchers said some of the U.S., on Monday (17/11). Study involving 5,968 women in Maryland confirms previous findings that people who perform routine physical activities face smaller risks for cancer fell ill.

But when the researchers examine the women who are 18 to 65 years of diligent berolah sport every weekend, they found that sleep appears to play an important role in cancer risk.

People who sleep less than seven hours each night to 47 percent for risk fell ill with cancer than those who sleep more among women who are physically active, so the researchers report in the meeting that the American Association for Cancer Research.

"We think it is very interesting and generate curiosity. This is the first time such research. That is not something that has been widely reviewed," said Jame McClain from the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institute of Health the government, in a telephone interview.

McClain, who led the study, said not clear how indeed too little sleep may make people more susceptible to cancer. "Sleep has been long enough in dealing with health," said McClain.

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) call less sleep as a public health problem that is not observed, and claims the United States more or less sleep. CDC says the percentage of adults who reported sleeping six hours or less per night increased from 1985 to 2006.

Experts say lack of sleep on the bed associated with chronic obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease and blood vessel, depression, cigarettes and suck excessive drinking.

In addition, research has shown that people who routinely sport berolah face a lower risk of breast cancer, colon and other types of cancer. Many experts think the impact of exercise on the body's hormone levels, immune function and body weight may play an important role.


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