Sleep Early And Haven’t Eaten, Can It Cause Diabetes?
morning doctoru003cbr /u003 sleep in the morning at 9 or 10 o’clock but haven’t eaten yet.u003cbr /u003e dangerous isn’t the doctor ?u003cbr /u003emany say they say it can cause diabetesu003cbr /u003 is it really a doctor?u003cbr /u003ethank you doctor
first of all it is important to know what can cause diabetes in a person. Diabetes in this case is diabetes mellitus in which glucose metabolism is impaired. Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is divided into 2, namely type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Type 1 is caused by damage to the beta cells of the pancreas that produce insulin. With no absolute insulin production, the patient will continue to have high blood sugar levels. Type 1 diabetes is caused by a genetic problem, so it is not related to sleep or eating patterns. While type 2 diabetes, where there is a relative lack of insulin production, is caused by an unhealthy lifestyle and diet over the years, in which a person leads a sedentary lifestyle such as inactivity and consuming lots of carbohydrates.
Thus this condition is not directly related to sleeping in the morning and not eating. Sleeping in the morning in question can increase the risk of diabetes if the hours and quality of sleep are lacking. A person should sleep 7-8 hours per day, no more and no less. Some people, because of their work, do have a reverse sleep pattern, namely sleeping in the morning and working in the afternoon until the evening. This is actually perfectly safe as long as their health is controlled, eating regularly, and most importantly, choosing foods that are far from carbohydrates or excessively sweet foods. Check with your doctor regularly to maintain a healthy life. Here we attach an article about sleep in the morning. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief