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Insomnia increases the risk of diabetes Jun 17 2016 11:05AM

Scientists have studied the impact of insomnia in humans, shows that if a person did not sleep enough during the three days of the fatty acid level in the blood rises, weakening the possibility of the body in regulating sugar levels.
Subscribe to the tests conducted by University of Chicago scientists 19 people (18-35 years old) were divided into two groups. The first group was sleeping 8.5 hours a day, the second group 4.5 hours a day. Researchers have been measuring within days sugar level tests and fatty acids in the blood a day.
The results showed, that insufficient hours of sleep, causing the high level of fatty acids by one-third, and the rising level of sugar in the blood as well. Any that insomnia increases the risk of type II diabetes.
You can reduce blood sugar levels by eating a healthy diet, physical activity and maintaining a moderate weight and not smoking, sleep at least 8 hours a day.
It is noteworthy that according to data of the World Health Organization, was infected with the proportion of type II diabetes in 2014 among adults 9 percent. It is expected that occupies diabetes ranked seventh in the list of diseases that cause of death in the world by 2030.