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HEALTHY-BETICTM SLEEP INDUCER

The researchers found that the night sleep deprivation decreased insulin sensitivity by 33%. Insulin resistance is a condition in which the body does not use insulin efficiently to move glucose from the blood into the cells and is a characteristic feature of both Type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes.

SLEEP INDUCER

According to Mathew Brady, Associate Professor of Medicine and Vice-chair of Committee on Molecular Metabolism and Nutrition at the University of Chicago:
---Study confirms not enough sleep raises diabetes, obesity risk

---Study: sleeping less may mean you will eat more.

LACK OF SLEEP CAN SERIOUSLY AFFECT METABOLISM

While several studies have shown that sleep affects diet and metabolism. Most scientific record on sleep has focused on its role in normal brain function, but the new study ---a collaborating among researchers who study sleep, diabetes and metabolism—finds troubling evidence that lack of sleep can do serious damage to cells throughout the body causing insulin resistance.

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