Lack Of Sleep Could Lead To Diabetes

Not only does it accelerate premature aging, lack of sleep also makes the body susceptible to diabetes.
Deadline could be one reason why we are reducing the hours of sleep. The traffic conditions make us get up early and skip breakfast. However, be careful. According to recent research, lack of sleep and skipping breakfast may increase the risk of diabetes.
More than 1 million people affected by diabetes type 2, but did not realize it. If this is left untreated it can increase the risk of heart attack, blindness and even amputation.
Today many people associate diabetes with overweight and poor diet. But scientists believe that people who regularly sleep less than five hours has the same risk of doubling their risk of pancreatic disorders. If the pancreas fails to produce enough insulin then the level of glucose in the blood will be high.
Awake when you are supposed to be asleep will increase the release of the stress hormone cortisol. This would then increase the production of glucose.
Study also found that skipping breakfast can lead to a drastic reduction in blood sugar levels in the morning. Making the desire to eat sweet food becomes higher. This will ultimately lead to the sudden rise of blood sugar and insulin is produced in excess.
This increases the possibility of the body’s cells become resistant to insulin production. Do not be surprised if later we find it hard to prevent diabetes. So, don’t try to cut down on sleep and skip breakfast.

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