Sleep Less Than 6 Hours A Night? Hello, Diabetes…

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I have to start getting more sleep.

The researchers who conducted the analysis … say those who sleep less than six hours a night are three times more likely to develop incident-impaired fasting glycaemia (IFG) than those who sleep less than six hours a night.

Read the story here by Elizabeth Armstrong Moore at CNET.

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One Response to Sleep Less Than 6 Hours A Night? Hello, Diabetes…

  1. Dr X says:

    I took a sleep course and worked for a time as an r.a. in Richard Bootzin’s lab/clinic when he was at Northwestern. As time goes on, it becomes ever more apparent that sleep problems have a complex inter-reltionship with many serious health problems.

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