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Sleep and Diabetes

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Lack of Sleep Could Increase Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
Aug 14, 2009 | 
Endocrinologists at the University of Chicago say that lack of sufficient sleep may contribute to insulin resistance and decreased glucose tolerance, two conditions that up the long-term risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Pregnant Women Who Snore Are More Likely to Develop Diabetes
Jul 9, 2009 | 
Women who frequently snore-at least three nights a week-run a substantially higher risk of developing gestational diabetes during pregnancy than non-snorers.
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Sleeping Less Than Six 6 Hours a Night? Your Risk of Developing a Type 2 Precursor Is Nearly 5x Higher
Mar 25, 2009 | 
If you get less than six hours of sleep per night, your risk of developing impaired fasting glucose rises by a factor of 4.56, according to a report from the American Heart Association. 
Sleep Apnea Therapy Improves BG Levels in Type 2s
Dec 22, 2008 | 
A common treatment for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) decreased the average glucose level during sleep of type 2s who were newly diagnosed with OSA. After seven weeks of the therapy, known as continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), the diabetic patients' average BG level fell 20 mg/dl.
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Z-z-zs Tell All
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