Bad sleep patterns could increase Diabetes risk
Bad sleep patterns could increase Diabetes risk

A new study has found that people who do not sleep well, and have disturbed nights at least three times each week, are at a greater risk of developing conditions such as obesity, Diabetes and coronary artery disease.

The research, by scientists and lead author on the study, Michael Grandner, at the Perelman school of Medicine at the university of Pennsylvania, examined data from more than 1,30,000 people to find that general sleep disturbance, including having difficulty falling or staying asleep, or sleeping too much, could also be partly responsible for cardiovascular and metabolic disorders developing in the first place.

Those with disturbed sleep on at least three nights per week on average were three nights per week on average were shown to be at a 54 per cent risk of Diabetes, 35per cent more likely to be obese, 98 per cent more likely to suffer from coronary heart disease, 80 per cent likely to have a heart attack, while 102 per cent more likely to have suffered a stroke.

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