Unformatted text preview: cutting into their sleep time. Late nights, early mornings and restless sleep can increase a person’s chance of heart disease by 48 percent and or increase your chance of having a stroke by 15 percent. A night or two of 6 hours or less of sleep may not have as much affect, but for the people with chronic short sleep produce more chemicals and hormones that increase their chances of life-threatening conditions....
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