Study sees link between long naps, type 2 diabetes risk

Could long afternoon naps raise your risk of developing type 2 diabetes? It’s possible but not yet proven, according to new research out of Japan. The study found that, compared with short naps or no napping at all, the risk for the blood sugar disease may be 45 percent higher if your naps last an hour or more.

Could long afternoon naps raise your risk of developing type 2 diabetes? It’s possible but not yet proven, according to new research out of Japan. The study found that, compared with short naps or no napping at all, the risk for the blood sugar disease may be 45 percent higher if your naps last an hour or more.

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Study sees link between long naps, type 2 diabetes risk