Adherence to a Healthy Sleep Pattern and Incident Heart Failure: A Prospective Study of 408802 UK Biobank Participants
Title：Adherence to a Healthy Sleep Pattern and Incident Heart Failure: A Prospective Study of 408802 UK Biobank Participants
Author：Xiang Li, Qiaochu Xue, Mengying Wang et al.
Abstract：eart failure affects >26 million people worldwide and is increasing alarmingly. Emerging evidence has implicated various sleep problems in the development of heart failure. Sleep behaviors are multifaceted, and individual sleep behaviors usually correlate with each other in a compensatory fashion. However, the majority of previous studies did not consider the complex nature of the overall sleep pattern. We recently generated and validated a healthy sleep pattern that incorporated 5 different sleep behaviors, which was associated with a lower risk of coronary heart disease in 2 independent cohorts. In the current study, we prospectively investigated the relationship between this healthy sleep pattern and the risk of heart failure.