Young adults spend about 80 to 100 minutes during a in slow-wave sleep, while those over 60 generally have less than 20 minutes. Researchers concluded that participants in the research were almost 25 percent less sensitive to insulin after having interrupted sleep. As their insulin sensitivity descreased, they needed to make more insulin to break down the same quantity of glucose.
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