Sleep and Diabetes

Diabetes and Sleep

Night Owls Face Greater Risk of Developing Diabetes than Early Risers

The Sleep-Diabetes Connection

Sleep apnea may up risk of diabetes

What’s Sleep Got To Do With It?
Research shows that too little sleep increases your risk of type 2 diabetes by changing the way your body processes glucose. In sleep-deprived people, the body releases stress hormones, which can adversely affect blood sugar levels.

Role of sleep duration and quality in the risk and severity of type 2 diabetes mellitus

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.