Just the bad effects of lack of sleep
  • Want to be healthy? Fill advice that most you might get is a routine exercise or solicitation to choose foods rich in good nutrient. unfortunately, advice to improve sleep patterns is relatively small.

    In fact, about a third of life is spent sleeping. That is, sleep has an important role in realizing your mission to a healthier life. Researchers from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA, has the proof.

    The researchers compared, the effects of sleep deprivation with a choice of high-fat foods on insulin sensitivity in the body. When your insulin sensitivity is low, then your body to pump insulin into the blood that can lead to type 2 diabetes.

    To get results, the researchers measured insulin sensitivity in two groups of male dogs. One group of dogs were analyzed after eating a high-fat diet for six months. Another group analyzed after not sleeping for one night.

    Found, one night of sleep deprivation led to decreased insulin sensitivity by 33%. Being in the group of dogs who ate a high-fat diet for six long months, insulin sensitivity was reduced 21%. That is, the lack of sleep for one night, it may increase the risk of diabetes than a high-fat meal for 6 months.

    "Our study showed that a single night of sleep deprivation can harm insulin sensitivity like foods high in fat," says Dr. Josiane Broussard.

    This study shows the importance of adequate sleep to maintain blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of metabolic diseases such as obesity and diabetes.

    Dr. Caroline M. Apovian, The Obesity Society spokesman responded, "It's important for health practitioners to emphasize the importance of adequate sleep to their patients. Many patients understand the importance of a balanced diet, but they do not yet have a clear view of how sleep patterns can affect balance in the body. "

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