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Diabetes and sleep apnea

Diabetes and sleep apnea are linked

The link between sleep apnea and diabetes is eye-opening. A staggering 83% of people with type 2 diabetes may suffer from undiagnosed sleep apnea. What’s more, those with sleep apnea are 2.5 times more likely to develop diabetes. The close connection between these two conditions means that addressing and treating one can have a positive impact on the other.


What are the symptoms of diabetes?

Increased thirst and urination are common symptoms, but there are others. If you have any of the following symptoms, it could be diabetes.

Excessive thirst

Unexpected weight loss

Increased hunger

Nighttime bathroom trips

Numb or tingling hands or feet

Blurred vision

Fatigue or weakness

Dry skin

Slow-healing sores

Frequent infections

Health Risks

What are the health risks?

Having diabetes can increase your risk of several serious health conditions.  

The good news? Treatment can significantly lower your risk (and it’s very treatable)!

Kidney disease

Eye complications

Heart disease

Nerve damage

Foot problems

Alzheimer's disease


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of people with type 2 diabetes may suffer from undiagnosed sleep apnea

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