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Vidya Sury

Vidya Sury loves her work as a writer, editor and blogger. On really busy days her time off is restricted to playing with her dust bunnies and celebrating the little things. She loves coffee, people, cooking, books, writing, photography, travel and social media - and showing her diabetes who's boss.
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Sleep deprivation and insulin resistance could be connected. Our body processes such as appetite control, weight control and immune system work seamlessly when we get enough sleep, as this helps those hormones that regulate these processes. People who do not sleep well are more tired during the day and turn to food for comfort, often…

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Vidya Sury

Vidya Sury loves her work as a writer, editor and blogger. On really busy days her time off is restricted to playing with her dust bunnies and celebrating the little things. She loves coffee, people, cooking, books, writing, photography, travel and social media - and showing her diabetes who's boss.
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When you don’t sleep enough, the level of the hunger hormone shoots up. This makes you more insulin resistant. You suffer from cravings all day and increase your risk for type 2 diabetes or make an existing condition worse. So get enough sleep!

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Vidya Sury

Vidya Sury loves her work as a writer, editor and blogger. On really busy days her time off is restricted to playing with her dust bunnies and celebrating the little things. She loves coffee, people, cooking, books, writing, photography, travel and social media - and showing her diabetes who's boss.
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There is research to prove that sleep deprivation and insulin resistance may be linked. We need a good night’s sleep to help our hormones regulate various body processes such as appetite, weight control and the immune system. If you are someone who usually has trouble sleeping, you’ll be more tired during the day and tend…

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