World Diabetes Day: Know the Importance of Sleep in Diabetic Care

Between completing your office tasks and household chores, getting enough time to sleep may seem like a luxury. Not resting well is not just inconvenient but also harmful for your ...

Not a Sweet Spot: The Co-relation Between Type 2 Diabetes & Sleep Apnea

One in six people with diabetes in the world comes from India. That isn’t a number to be proud of, but it’s true. As of 2019, India was home to 77 million diabetics, only behind ...

5 Easy Lifestyle Changes for Maintaining Diabetes: Workout, Sleep, and More

Are you fighting diabetes? If yes then do it actively by adding healthy lifestyle changes to your routine. When you have diabetes, a primary goal is to keep your blood sugar ...

The Chicken & Egg Situation: The Link Between Type 2 Diabetes & Sleep Apnea and How it Can be Managed

Do you think you had a good night’s sleep, but wake up feeling fatigued? Chances are you suffer from sleep apnea.

How WFH has Triggered a Silent Pandemic of Diabetes!

Not just sleep but sugar levels also fluctuate with the unhealthy sleep pattern It has been more than a year since the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus, ...

4 Tips to Manage Diabetes While Working from Home

Home has become the second workplace for us in the last one and half years. Most of us work in abrupt shifts and confuse our work hours with sleep hours. Unfortunately, this ...

Diabetes, Pregnancy, Obesity and Sleep Divorce: Is There a Link?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) refers to a sleep disorder where an individual’s breathing is involuntarily halted due to the over-relaxation of throat muscles. People suffering ...

Diabetes and Sleep: Does Sleep Affect Your Diabetes?

Are you sleeping enough to keep your body going? Because good sleep quality is essential so that your body could function properly. Poor sleep habits can affect many things about ...

How Sleep Apnea Can Make Managing Diabetes More Difficult?

They may be the brunt of jokes at family gatherings ("Uncle snores so loudly he rattles the windows!"), but snoring is a serious business. Do you feel fatigued every day or wake ...

Are Sleep Apnea and Diabetes Related?

You have been experiencing prolonged symptoms of daytime sleepiness, heavy snoring, and difficulty in breathing at night. Chances are you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). But ...

Successfully Managing Diabetes and Sleep Apnea with CPAP Therapy: Patient Story

Living with diabetes is difficult. Patients go through years of medication, insulin injections, and a whole range of restrictions on what they can and cannot eat, in hopes of ...

How to Manage Diabetes Using CPAP Therapy?

If you are living with Type 2 diabetes, tell us if any of these symptoms sound familiar.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Risk Factor for Type-2 Diabetes

Sleep apnea is a more serious condition than it appears to be. The loud snoring sound is not just a threat to a peaceful sleep but also to your physical health in the long run. ...

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