Lack of sleep increases the level of fatty acids of about 15-30%.
In the study, experts from the University of Chicago was attended by 19 healthy men aged 18 to 30 years. Researchers 'yasuvaly if for three nights sleep only four hours, the level of fatty acids in the blood from 4 to 9 am is raised. Normally the level of fatty acids in the night rises, reaches a peak and then declines.
lack of sleep increases the level of fatty acids of about 15-30%. Increased levels of fatty acids (about 4-6 am) correlated with increasing insulin resistance - a sign pereddiabetu. This negative effect of lack of sleep was maintained for about n 'yaty hours. According to experts, sleep deprivation disrupts the production of growth hormone and changes the level of norepinephrine. Perhaps because of this increased level of fatty acids.
Thus, lack of sleep gives lipid metabolism and affects the body's ability to regulate blood sugar levels. For the first time, scientists have talked about called bandages between lack of sleep, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes 15 years ago. A new study to better understand the nature of this interdependence 'communications. Improving the quality of sleep will help prevent the development of diabetes and obesity.