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Short Sleep Duration & Impaired Glycemic Control (video)

Is insomnia linked to poor glycemic control? In this study, people who habitually slept less than seven hours per night had elevated glucose levels, as measured by morning oral glucose tolerance test. In this video, American Journal of Medicine Editor-in-Chief Dr. Joseph Alpert explains the clinical implications of the findings.

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Habitual and Recent Sleep Durations: Graded and Interactive Risk for Impaired Glycemic Control in a Biracial Population

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