A study in the January issue of SLEEP suggests that young diabetics may be struggling to get a good night’s sleep, resulting in worse control of their blood sugar, poorer school performance and misbehavior. Researchers from the University of Arizona also found that nearly one-third of the diabetic youths in their study had sleep apnea, regardless of weight.
Poor sleep affects young diabetics
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