copyrightIncreasing weight and risk of diabetes with low sleep
Increasing weight and risk of diabetes with low sleep
|Increasing weight and risk of diabetes with low sleep|
Are you taking enough sleep at night? If you are not doing this then you need to be careful, because it can increase the risk of diabetes along with weight. This is the conclusion of a new research. The findings conclude that those who are taking six hours of sleep at night, measuring their waist, and 3 cm more than the people taking sleep for nine hours at night were found. People with sleepiness were found to have symptoms of obesity growing.
Researchers said that the results of our study strengthen those evidence, in which insufficient sleep diabetes can help in the development of metabolic (metabolic) diseases.
Greg Potter of Leeds University of Britain said that compared to the year 1980, the number of obese people worldwide has more than doubled. Obesity helps in many types of diseases, especially type 2 diabetes. Why does the weight of people grow? Its information is crucial for public health.
The researchers team placed 1,615 adults in the study area. It is seen in how long they sleep and how much food they take. The complete findings of this research can be read in the magazine 'Plus One'.
In addition, research has also found that people who are less sleepy have lower levels of HDL cholesterol. It is recognized as a good cholesterol, which helps in the removal of obstructive fat in the blood circulation and prevents heart disease.
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