Thursday, March 23, 2017

Sleep Issues

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Sleep issues can be serious among Type 1 diabetics. Some people with diabetes might have disrupted sleep is nighttime hypoglycemia. People with type 1, and those with type 2 who are being treated with insulin or sulfonylurea, are at risk. Symptoms include waking up suddenly with a feeling of impending doom, nightmares, night sweats or morning headaches. Sometimes the only symptom is a high fasting blood glucose.

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