Doctors and scientists have known for decades that insufficient sleep affects the body’s hormone levels and ability to regulate and metabolize glucose. That means if you’re excessively sleepy, you could be at higher risk for weight gain (see “Sleep and Obesity“) and even type 2 diabetes.
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