Diabetes is one of the deadliest diseases in the U.S.
Fortunately, it’s something that can not only be controlled, but it can also even be prevented. Thankfully, a good step in the right direction is getting plenty of sleep at night.
Tallwoods Care Center explains the link.
The team at the best skilled nursing facility near Community Medical Center finds it so interesting that sleep and blood sugar are linked.
Sleep studies show that diabetics who don’t get a good night’s sleep end up with poor blood sugar levels.
More recent studies show that even pre-diabetics are impacted. People who had less than five hours of sleep or more than 10 hours of sleep ended up with higher A1C levels.
Controlling your blood sugar levels is a great excuse to hit the sack early tonight!
Adults need seven to eight hours of sleep.
If you only get a couple of hours sleep tonight, you can “catch up” later in the week, right? Not really. Research has shown that even getting extra hours of sleep the next night doesn’t benefit your body as a complete eight hours tonight would.
You want to feel healthy and strong. You want to combat illness and retain your independence. The best way to do that is to take really good care of yourself. A major part of this is to do your best to get a good night’s sleep each and every night.
Tallwoods Care Center can help your loved one keep their blood sugar levels in check. Contact us today to find out how we do that.