Type 2 diabetes is a disease that increases the risk of many diseases and it is estimated that more than 420 million people worldwide have been diagnosed with it. It’s also easy to prevent, especially by improving sleep quality.
This was revealed in a new clinical study which showed that lack of sleep increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
It should be kept in mind that not every person experiences diabetes and yet medical experts cannot predict which person may be diagnosed with this disease.
A family history of diabetes, obesity, sitting for long periods of time and poor dietary habits are known to increase the risk of type 2 diabetes.
But researchers are constantly working to determine the factors that increase the risk of the disease.
The new study examined the relationship between sleep and the risk of type 2 diabetes by involving 1,000 people.
The study looked at different aspects of sleep and other factors that increase the risk of diabetes.
The researchers asked study participants how much difficulty they had in falling asleep, after which their sleep habits were assessed.
Research has found that lack of sleep increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The researchers said that the findings indicate that lack of sleep is a major risk factor for diabetes.
He said that it is not possible to estimate the risk of diabetes type 2 in an individual only by poor quality of sleep, but the results indicate that lack of sleep can play an important role in this regard.
He said that more research is needed to determine to what extent sleep deprivation increases the risk of diabetes and what causes it.
The results of this study were published in the journal The Science of Diabetes Self-Management and Care.