Is Sleep Apnea The Cause Of Your High Blood Glucose Levels?

Sleep apnea and type 2 diabetes are two medical conditions which often overlap in patients. It is speculated that 4 out of 10 sleep apnea patients may develop type 2 diabetes and approximately 6 out of 10 diabetes patients have some sort of sleeping disorder. Their coexistence is believed to be due to both having obesity as a risk factor. However, their correlation does not stop there. More studies point that sleep apnea can affect insulin sensitivity and hence blood sugar level in diabetes patients...

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