Subjective sleep characteristics as coronary risk factors, their association with Type A behaviour and vital exhaustion.

Abstract

A deviant habitual sleep duration, sleep complaints, frequent napping and snoring have all been suggested as potential risk factors for future coronary heart disease. It has not been studied thoroughly, however, whether the association of these phenomena with coronary heart disease is confounded by Type A behaviour or by a state of vital exhaustion. The aim… (More)

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