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Med’s Sadeer Al-Kindi discusses new study about irregular sleeping patterns

Postponing bedtime by just 34 minutes could increase your risk of high blood pressure
HealthSadeer Al-Kindi, an assistant professor at the School of Medicine, discussed a new study showing that people with irregular sleeping patterns—like sleeping in on weekends or with varied bedtimes—may be more likely to have hypertension compared to people with more consistent sleep schedules.