Sweet Sleep for All – Why Sleep Matters

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Sleep disorders are highly prevalent in people with type 2 diabetes, negatively affecting health outcomes such as glycaemic control, micro-and macro-vascular complications, depression, quality of life and mortality. Objectively measured decreases in sleep quality are also associated with overnight glycaemic variability in adults with type 1 diabetes and may have important clinical implications for diabetes related complications, as well as self-management and adherence behaviours.

Considering these findings, efforts should be made to diagnose and treat sleep disorders in people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, to reduce clinical risks and improve health and quality of life.

You don’t want to miss this awakening discussion, which highlights the importance of enquiring about your client’s sleep habits!

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