Less sleep, fear of diabetes新闻
Less sleep, fear of diabetes
People know that staying up late to prevent physical health is harmful.
According to a US survey, people who sleep less than 6 hours a day are prone to abnormal blood sugar levels and increase the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes.
The University of Buffalo researchers tracked 1,455 volunteers over a six-year period and counted the average weekly sleep time during their work.
The results showed that people who slept less than 6 hours per night had a higher rate of impaired fasting glucose than those who slept more than 6 hours a day.
The researchers said that impaired fasting blood glucose is an intermediate stage of “normal” and “diabetes”, and if not noticed, it is easy to develop type II diabetes.
Research director Lisa?
“This study provides evidence for an increase in the theory of sleep deprivation affecting health,” said Lafayson at the Cardiovascular Epidemiology and Prevention Conference in Pam Harbor, the highest state in the United States.
The BBC quoted Lafayson as saying on the 12th: “Some of us may trigger (investigators) to conduct more in-depth research in the complex field of sleep and disease.
For many reasons, Lafayen believes that causing sleep can affect people’s hormone secretion and nervous system, which causes type 2 diabetes.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Sleep Specialist Neil?
Stanley said that there is growing evidence that lack of sleep can cause diseases such as diabetes, but the reasons are unclear.
He believes that one possibility is to cause sleep to lead to obesity, which increases the risk of diabetes.
”There is evidence that valuable sleep affects the hormones that control our appetite, so you want to eat more and eat foods that you shouldn’t eat.
For example, when we are tired, we will want to eat sweets.
“A whole night’s sleep is definitely necessary biologically: your body needs plenty of sleep every night, and if you can rest well, you can do more during the day,” Stanley said.
Ian, a researcher at the British Diabetes Institute to study charity?
Frem also participated in the study of Rafael.
However, he believes that the scope of the study is too small and therefore not entirely meaningful.
Frem also pointed out: “When people discuss the causes of type 2 diabetes, overweight, over 40 years old, and family history of diabetes are all more important than sleep time problems.
Type II diabetes is also known as non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. The cause of the disease is unclear and may lead to genetic, eating disorders, obesity, drugs and other factors.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep a day.
Previous studies have shown that children who are not getting enough sleep can cause obesity, depression and high blood pressure.
Lack of sleep in middle-aged people increases their risk of infectious diseases, heart disease, stroke and cancer.