Is This “Sleep Mistake” CAUSING Diabetes? (Strange!)
Between the pandemic, a tense political environment, and social issues… more than ever folks aren’t getting nearly enough sleep these days.
And it’s terrible for your body and mind.
But did you know that the time you go to bed could be just as important as how MUCH sleep you get?
In the world’s FIRST study of its kind, researchers demonstrated why having a certain bedtime is especially important for people with type 2 diabetes.
Here’s everything you need to know to stay healthy.
Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.
Maybe that’s because it can also make you more likely to exercise, according to a recent study published in BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care.
The study included 635 patients with type 2 diabetes who wore accelerometers for seven days to record physical behaviors such as rest, sleep, and overall physical activity.
Some of the people were “morning people,” meaning they went to bed before 11 p.m. and woke up early. Others were “night owls,” meaning they went to bed after midnight and slept in later in the morning.
The accelerometers revealed that those who went to bed early were more likely to be in better health and more physically active than the night owls.
In addition, the late-to-bed people tended to have “excessively sedentary lifestyles,” meaning they were less active, and were less intense when they were active.
This could be a big deal for type 2 diabetics since type 2 diabetes is typically the result of too little activity and too much weight.
Losing weight and being more active is not only a way to manage your diabetes… it’s a way to BEAT it.
Will waking up earlier magically make you like to exercise?
Of course not.
But waking up with the sun is THE best way to charge your body’s batteries daily, giving your body AND your mind the extra boost you need to get and stay active.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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