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A new study suggests that healthy adults who get at least eight hours of sleep a night may be less likely to experience common exercise-related injuries.
The study was based on information from over 7,500 United States soldiers in the Army's Special Operations Forces.
About 95 percent of the study subjects were men.
The researchers found that soldiers who got no more than four to five hours of sleep a night
were over two times as likely to report bone or muscle injury in the last year than those who slept eight hours or longer.
Tyson Grier is with the U.S. Army Public Health Center in Maryland. He was one of the writers of the study.
He said that getting enough sleep not only improves physical performance among active people,
but it "may also...have a positive impact on musculoskeletal injury prevention."
During the yearlong study, more than half of the soldiers said they had experienced at least one musculoskeletal injury.
一项新研究表明,每晚确保至少8小时睡眠的健康成年人,经历常见运动损伤的可能性更小。
这项研究基于来自美国陆军特种作战部队7500余名士兵的信息。
研究对象中有大约95%是男性。
研究人员发现,每晚睡眠不超过4到5小时的士兵,
在过去一年中报告的骨骼或肌肉损伤是睡眠达到8个小时以长者的两倍多。
泰森・格里尔来自位于马里兰州的美国陆军公共卫生中心。他是这项研究的作者之一。
他表示,充足的睡眠不仅能提高活跃人群的体能表现,
还“可以对预防肌肉骨骼损伤产生积极影响”。
在这项持续一年的研究期间,超过半数士兵表示经历过至少一次肌肉骨骼损伤。
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