It's not surprising that eighty percent of Americans suffer from long-term lack of sleep. When faced with overwork, stress, and tight schedules, sleep is often the first victim of the time budget. Be careful, the results can be harmful to long-term health and reduce your ability to manage day-to-day tasks!
Recent studies found that insomnia is linked with abnormalities in specific brain tissue -- also known as "white matter." Primary insomnia is consistent problems falling asleep or staying asleep that is not related to any other medical condition or known cause.
Many studies have linked poor sleep habits with a raised risk of diabetes. Now, new research indicates that regularly having trouble falling or staying asleep, can increase your risk of developing diabetes.