Sleep Loss Increases Diabetes Risk for Women with PCOS

If you suffer from PCOS, you are already at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Sleeping badly can increase that risk by a further 20%, with the threat stemming from a “rogue” gene, which affects the body clock.

The mutation changes the way the hormone melatonin aids sleep. It also disturbs the body’s levels of insulin, which helps control blood sugar. Unbalanced insulin can lead to insulin resistance and diabetes.
Fortunately, a nutritious diet and the “feel-good” endorphins released by regular exercise not only boost weight loss for better management of PCOS symptoms  – they’re also an effective way of helping you get a good night’s sleep. So stick with your healthy lifestyle!

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Next Steps

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