Pointed out that `` both occupation and lack of sleep '' are the reason why poor people are prone to heart disease


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According to past statistical surveys, it has been found that `` economically poor people are more prone to cardiovascular disease '', but a survey that considers not only income but also sleep states that `` poor people are more prone to cardiovascular disease Both sleep and lack of sleep are involved. '

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The research group of Dushan Petrovich et al., Who is studying epidemiology at the Swiss General Medical Public Health Center , has revealed the risk of heart disease from the relationship between work style and sleep. Petrovic et al. Conducted a meta-analysis of eight cohort studies involving a total of 111,205 people, and found three elements: sleep time, lifelong socioeconomic status (SES), and cardiovascular disease (CVD). I investigated the relationship.

“Sleep time” is “appropriate (6 to 8.5 hours)”, “long time (greater than 8.5 hours)” and “short time (less than 6 hours)”. Profession is `` high (experts, managers, salaries with high salaries) '' `` medium (small business owners, farmers, technicians, etc.) '' `` low (low salaries clerks, sales staff, manual workers) ', Respectively. Two types of data were adopted for CVD: cardiovascular disease ( coronary heart disease / CHD) and stroke .

Analysis shows that the risk of CHD is increased by 19% for men and 25% for women if the SES attributed to the father's occupation is low. In addition, the risk of CHD increased by 48% for men and 53% for women if the SES attributed to the participant's own occupation was low. In addition, 13.4% of male CHDs were found to be due to short sleep time. The risk of stroke was not related to any factor.

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According to Petrovich, women with a higher risk of CHD due to lower SES are more likely than men to say, `` Women with low socio-economic status often have low-wage jobs with high physical and psychological burdens. I also do housework, and the stress may be more affected by sleep deprivation and other factors than men. '

Petrovic added, “This study found that the interaction between low socio-economic status and sleep deprivation is likely to cause enormous damage to health. The low position makes it necessary to live in a noisy environment where sleep is disturbed, and the low socio-economic status of the person makes it a shift job with irregular working hours or a stressful job It highlights the fact that people are forced to go to work, ”he stressed, and emphasized the need for social reform.

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