Sleep-disordered breathing early in pregnancy linked to insulin resistance
10 days ago - By Healio
Sleep disordered breathing is associated with an increase in insulin resistance but not insulin secretion during early pregnancy among women with overweight and obesity, according to a study published in Sleep.
“We decided to conduct this study to better understand the association between maternal sleep disordered breathing and glucose metabolism in early pregnancy,” author Laura Sanapo, MD, MSHS, RDMS, a research scientist with the Miriam Hospital, Women's Medicine Collaborative in Providence, Rhode Island, told Healio.
Women often experience snoring and obstructive
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Heavy Snoring in Early Pregnancy Linked to Insulin Resistance
10 days ago - By Medscape
A new study suggests severe maternal sleep-disordered breathing increases insulin resistance, which may take place as early as the first trimester of pregnancy.
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