Too Much, Too Little Sleep Tied to Worse Neurological Function After Stroke

Sleep disorders are tied to poor neurological function after stroke. Among 1,542 patients with first stroke, total nightly sleep of less than seven hours or more than eight hours was tied to a 13-fold and 12-fold higher risk, respectively, for poor neurological function at six months after stroke.

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