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New Study Links Deep Sleep and Blood Pressure

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Do you feel sleepy in the morning, sometimes with a headache, even though you think you got plenty of sleep? It could be that you aren't getting enough deep sleep.

According to a new study, older men who got the least amount of deep sleep, or slow-wave sleep, were more likely to develop high blood pressure. FOX 4 Medical Reporter Meryl Lin McKean is Working for You with more on how getting enough of the right kind of sleep can make all the difference for your health.

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