Alert, Working Late Night Cause Prediabetes

WORKING at night not only affect productivity but also your health. One is an attack that threatened disruption prediabetes.
A new study suggests that working through the night can lead to impair glucose tolerance (IGT) or pre-diabetes is elevated blood sugar levels but can not be called diabetes, but it can lead to type 2 diabetes risk.
The results showed that the highest glucose levels were 16 percent higher during the night shift compared with one day of simulated daytime schedule. Compared with the simulation during the day, insulin levels during simulated night shift is 40 to 50 percent higher at 80 minutes and 90 minutes after eating.
“It was quite surprising, with only a change in one night can lead to pre-diabetes and improve insulin levels,” said study leader, Christopher Morris, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher at the Medical Chronobiology Program of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston who told ScienceDaily.
Furthermore, Morris said the findings under the supervision of highly controlled laboratory is very important, because the results of work on the late-night shows may cause prediabetes and will likely lead to type 2 diabetes
“This finding is very important, this is because research shows that working late at night can cause prediabetes and will likely lead to type 2 diabetes,” he said.