Three ways sleep affects your blood sugar levels

August 13, 2019 Providence Body & Mind Team

Everyone has the occasional sleepless night. You watch the clock count down the minutes you have left before the alarm goes off and adjust your pillow for what feels like the hundredth time. Sometimes you just give up and get out of bed hours before you want to start your day. It’s exhausting and frustrating, but it doesn’t really cause any lasting harm.

Or does it?

No more counting sheep

The doctors at Providence understand how important getting enough sleep is to your emotional and physical health. Find the resources and care you need to help make a good night’s sleep more than a daydream. Search for a primary care doctor in our regional directory or find a Providence location near you:

Alaska

California

Montana

Oregon

Washington

This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. Always follow your healthcare professional's instructions.

 

 

About the Author

The Providence Body & Mind Team is dedicated to providing medically-sound, data-backed insights and advice on how to reach and maintain your optimal health through a mixture of exercise, mindfulness, preventative care and healthy living in general.

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