High cholesterol: Unusual sensations in your fingers? Condition known to increase tingling

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Dr Don Grant, clinical lead at The Independent Pharmacy, said previous studies have shown links to sleeping issues and high cholesterol.

He explained that Michael Grandner, director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona noted the connection in 2014 in a study published in the Sleep Journal.

It found that people who slept for less than six hours each night were more likely to have LDL, which is bad cholesterol.

High cholesterol has links to heart disease with research confirming that a lack of sleep was linked to this.



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