Firstly, research shows that sleep plays a critical role in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels.
According to one study published in the Annals of Epidemiology, if you get less than six hours of shut-eye on most nights, you're three times more likely to have elevated blood sugar levels.
Experts say the best strategy to improve your sleep and keep your blood sugar levels steady is to hit t... ››› more
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