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Diabetes risk cut by SLEEPING: THIS is how many hours you need to avoid condition

The risk of developing gestational diabetes during pregnancy increases 70% when patients slept for less than six hours per night on average, researchers claimed.

Gestational diabetes is a condition which can develop if pregnant women have high blood glucose levels during pregnancy.

It usually develops in third trimester – between 24 and 28 weeks – but tends to disappear after the baby is born.

Between three and seven per cent of pregnant women develop the condition, scientists predicted.

While the condition usually disappears af…
Daily Express :: Health Feed

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