Study: Poor sleep associated with greater risk of developing asthma

The study shows that people with a genetic predisposition and poor sleep habits were twice as likely to develop asthma than people in a low-risk group.

News 12 Staff

Apr 4, 2023, 12:42 PM

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A new study says poor sleep may put you at a greater risk of developing asthma.
The study published Monday in the BMJ Open Respiratory Research revealed that people with a genetic predisposition and poor sleep habits were twice as likely to develop asthma than people in a low-risk group.
Getting a good night's sleep can even help people with a genetic susceptibility to the condition.


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