Sleep disorders warning diabetes mellitus
Adults need to have a disease prevention plan through balancing adequate food intake every day, avoiding added sugar and processed starches, reducing saturated fat intake, controlling blood pressure, not exceeding 130/80mmHg, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, increasing exercise.
For patients, blood sugar levels are stable, maintaining cholesterol levels and triglyceride levels (lipids) at normal levels… slows or stops the development of diabetes.
Dozing off, drowsiness after eating, not sleeping well… may be a sign of diabetes mellitus.
Medical experts, said that the signs of diabetes come from the cause of higher than normal blood sugar levels.
The early signs of diabetes mellitus are hunger, fatigue, frequent urination, constant thirst, dry mouth, itchy skin, blurred vision …
Among them, the most notable are sleep disorders.