clipart-liftarn-A-person-sleepingThere are many types of rest. Jesus said, “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28). There is Sabbath rest, both literal and figurative. But when we think of rest in terms of lifestyle practices, we probably think of nighttime sleep. How many hours of sleep do you need? Does it make a difference when, in a 24-hour period, you get those hours of sleep? Can you get too much sleep? What is the particular importance of sleep for diabetics?

Whether your body needs 6 hours or 10 hours of sleep, make sure you get what you need!


Are You Getting the Right Amount of Sleep?

Deprivation Nation: How Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Diabetes

Diabetes and Sleep

How Much Sleep Do You Need?

Late Nights And Appetites: The Sleep-Obesity Connection

NEWSTART® Video [28:29]
Daily rest, weekly rest, recreation, reflection

Night Owls Face Greater Risk of Developing Diabetes than Early Risers

Physical Side Effects of Oversleeping

Sleeping naked slashes risk of diabetes and helps you lose weight, study reveals

The Diabetes and Sleep Connection
Too little sleep can raise your diabetes risk. If you already have diabetes, sleep loss can undermine blood sugar control.

The myth of the eight-hour sleep


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