With most people continuing to find ways of sleeping better, it may be wise to check out their bread basket and see if they have excess pound over there. Apparently it looks like losing the belly may yet play a vital role in sleeping better, according to a new study by researchers over at Johns Hopkins.
Apparently they found that weight loss, particularly in the belly fat, would help people gain better sleep. And the study was carried out for all ages, meaning that being old is not an excuse of losing some pounds especially if you are having trouble sleeping.
Good sleep quality is important in general for good physical and mental health, as well as for a healthy cardiovascular system, notes Stewart. Depending on the cause, chronic sleep disruptions increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke and irregular heartbeats.