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Sleeping too much can lead to death!

Sleeping too much can lead to death! Turns out, sleeping more than six to eight hours a night is associated with an increased risk of death and cardiovascular diseases. According to a recent study at the McMaster and Peking Union Medical College, people sleeping more than the recommended upper limit of eight hours increased their

MS Dhoni spotted sleeping, Virat Kohli relaxing at Chennai airport

Hardik Pandya and MS Dhoni were involved in a 118-run stand for the sixth wicket to bail India out of trouble and script a memorable win over Australia in the first ODI at Chennai’s iconic Chepauk. The second ODI of the five-match series will be played at the Eden Gardens Kolkata on Thursday. MS Dhoni caught

Day time sleeping might raises risk of heart attack

Day time sleeping might raises risk of heart attack

People who work all night need to sleep during day time. But those who are accustomed of sleeping during day time need to get aware, as a study revealed that sleeping in afternoon may cause many health troubles.According to a recent survey, people who sleep during day time are having more risk of heart attack

Benefits of sleeping on ground

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app For Android For IOS Most people sleep on the roofs of their houses or on a mattress on floor. Such step keeps away heat and also keeps away certain diseases. The body has many advantages by sleeping on the ground with light and thin mattresses,

Lack of sleep can affect memory

Lack of sleep can affect memory

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- For Android:- For IOS:- If you do not sleep at night on time then you may have disease of short-term memory loss.According to the research has been done on Sleeping habit, this habit can  affects your memory and due to this you may be able

Rahul caught ‘napping’ in Lok Sabha, Congress says he was ‘resting eyes’

New Delhi: A video clip showing Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi apparently dozing off momentarily in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday when the party was heatedly raising the anti-Dalit violence in Gujarat had the party on the defensive. The video clip, which showed Rahul Gandhi resting his head on his right hand, with eyes apparently