A new study out of Europe indicates that men that don’t get enough sleep, or get too much, show an increased risk for Type 2 diabetes. The study tested men and women, measuring their sleep duration (7 hours on average) and markers for diabetes (how well pancreatic cells take up glucose and how sensitive body’s tissues are to insulin). When men got too little or too much sleep, their glucose tolerance decreased – although no such association was found in women.

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AuthorBeth McGroarty, Director of Research, GWI