Sleep deprivation can lead to serious consequences and one shouldn’t take it lightly. Recently a new study focused on the link between disrupted sleep and prostate cancer.
This isn’t the first time that disrupted sleep and cancer have been linked together, and many studies conclude that men and women with poor or broken speed are at the higher risk of developing any form of cancer.
In the latest study, published Tuesday in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, sleeping patterns of 2,425 Icelandic men between the ages of 67 and 96 were observed.It was observed that 60% more likely to develop prostate cancer who suffered from disrupted sleep. For more information head over here.