Scientists believe insomnia cause diabetes in men
According to researchers from the University of Endocrinology and Metabolism, which is located in California, men who suffer from lack of sleep or sleep problems are more likely to develop diabetes.
Disappointing research data reported that every fourth inhabitant of the Earth is suffering from sleep disorders and violations of the day, despite the fact that the optimal spending of sleep 8 hours a day. Someone could not go to sleep at the right time, having a mental disorder, and someone has been a difficult and stressful period of life. Due to violations of the human body there is a failure of a number of vital processes, which leads to disease.
Scientists have decided not to dwell on the findings and began to study the histories of nearly a thousand men suffering from Type II diabetes. The results showed that 70% of patients previously suffered from sleep disorders. Thus, the development of diabetes is associated with the fact that the glucose accumulated in the body is fully used, when a person feels tired and exhaustion.
In the experiment were used and the results of women's histories. It turned out that the girls are much less likely to suffer from insomnia Ambien , which provokes a lack of sleep. As a possible result of the study - the difference between the number of people with diabetes among women and men in 8 times is not in favor of the latter.
For reference: diabetes of the second type, which is also called non-insulin dependent, is a metabolic disease caused by failures in the interactions of the body's insulin cells and tissues. Insulin in the first stages of the disease is formed in large amounts. Among diabetics those who are ill second form of the disease, about 90%. It is this form is associated with the development of obesity. The illness leads to neuropathy, ketoacidosis, macroangiopathy and a number of other complications. Treated diet purpose disease, physical activities and adjust medications that enhance the body's sensitivity to insulin, and reduce the amount of glucose produced by the liver and the degree of absorption in the intestinal tract