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For this study, researchers from the University of South Florida looked at data from nearly 7,000 U.S. adults, including information on their sleep, as well as their heart health. Some participants also wore a device called actigraphy, which tracks sleep activity and cycles.

Among factors like sleep regularity and satisfaction, participants also reported how alert they were during the day, how long they slept, when they slept, and more.

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