Staying up late or sleeping late at night has proven to be a bad habit for your health. No problem if done occasionally, but if many times this bad habit can lead to many diseases, including diabetes.
There are many reasons why people decide to sleep late. Starting from the demands of work, insomnia to look for night entertainment. In fact, sleeping late is not recommended, especially for those of you who have a weakened immune system.
The reason is when you wake up in the morning the body will feel sluggish due to lack of sleep. In addition, lack of sleep can also increase a person’s risk of diabetes.
Well, lately it has been revealed that the habit of staying up late can also disrupt the body’s ability to regulate and metabolize glucose.
This happens because people who stay up late or have this habit generally have high blood sugar levels, making it difficult for them to fall asleep. When these symptoms occur, the kidneys will help pass it through urination.
In a study quoted by the Times of India, healthy adults were asked to sleep for only 4 hours in a period of 6 days. After 6 days, check the level of glucose tolerance or the ability to break down glucose.
The result, the ability of glucose tolerance possessed is very low or almost the same as the elderly and people with acute diabetes. This situation makes blood sugar levels build up, forcing the kidneys to continue to release it into urine.
Therefore, it is very important to avoid the habit of staying up late, more losses are obtained than the benefits. If you sleep with enough time that is 7-8 hours a day, can increase growth hormone and decrease cortisol activation hormone.
With this, glucose levels in the body can be regulated properly so that blood sugar can be stable. With stable blood sugar, we can avoid diabetes.
Diabetes itself is known as one of the deadliest diseases. In Indonesia, Diabetes is one of the most common diseases affecting the elderly.