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1. Risks With Too Little Or Too Much Sleep

2. Risks With Cortisol (Stress Hormone) And Apnea Or Apnoea

3. About Mi Band 2 Sleep & Workout Activity Tracker

4. Thim Wearable Device For Better Sleep

5. Risks With Sleep Apnoea Or Apnea

6. Risk To Diabetes With Loss Of Sleep

7. Sleep Apnea Devices (MAD) May Not Change Risk Factors

8. Desire To Sleep Early Is A Warning Sign Of Heart Disease

9. Increase Risk To Obesity And Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) With Irregular Sleeping Habits

10. Sleeping Late In The Night Linked To Depression Among Diabetes Patients

11. Less Than Six Hours Of Sleep A Night Could Kill Those At Risk Of Heart Disease

12. OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA (OR APNEA) IS ASSOCIATED WITH DIABETES AND HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (BP)

13. Obstructive sleep apnea or apnoea (OSA) increases retinopathy risk in type 2 diabetes

14. Sleep for less than six hours per day causes weight gain, type 2 diabetes (T2D) and obesity

15. Insufficient sleep hours increases risk to type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance and body fat in children

16. Increased risk to gestational diabetes and high blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) with short sleep duration

17. Poor sleeping habits in adults with type 2 diabetes was linked with high blood sugar levels, neuropathic pain and fatigue


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