Diabetes and Sleep Apnoea

Type II diabetes patients with sleep problems are more likely to develop neuropathy and retinopathy related problems. A Birmingham study found that neuropathy and retinopathy were 30-40% more prevalent in type II diabetic patients with obstructive sleep apnoea. (Diabetic Medicine 2011, 28:supplement 1).

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