Your sleep can reveal if you’re going to get diabetes
People who get irregular sleep, or people who sleep less than six hours a night are much more likely to develop diabetes.
Scientists believe that the hormones connected with diabetes are also connected with sleep in the nervous system.
But to really tell if you have diabetes, or that you are at risk, you want to get the gold standard test and the blood glucose test.
If these tests shows a glucose level of over six, you either have diabetes, or you have pre-diabetes.
If you get these tests, and if you are pre-diabetic or diabetic, your blood glucose will be higher than normal from the test.
It’s a good idea to take the tests.
Even if you are fairly sure you don’t have diabetes, it’s always good to know that you’re on that track, to be able to change your lifestyle, to prevent diabetes. These free videos can help you possibly reverse diabetes.