Adults who sleep more than eight hours at night, 30 percent more likely to die earlier, says new research.
The study, which lasted more than a decade, has found that people who sleep less than six hours, are more vulnerable to die earlier than those who sleep more than seven hours.
More than a million people have been asking about their sleep habits and findings are presented as part of the study conducted by Warwick University, transmits Koha.net.
Professor Franco Cappuccio, the participants divided into three groups: Those who sleep less, those who sleep on average and extravagant people with their sleep.
He found that 30 percent of people who sleep more have died compared with respondents who make the average sleep.
12 percent of people who sleep less have died in the same period, compared with people who sleep on average.