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Night shift workers with type 2 diabetes more likely to have poor blood sugars



Night shift workers with type 2 diabetes more likely to have poor blood sugars

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Night shift workers with type 2 diabetes have poorer blood sugar control than those who work in the daytime or do not have a job, according to new research.Previous studies have shown that people who work unsociable hours are at a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, but this Thai study has delved deeper into the subject.Principal investigator Dr Sirimon Reutrakul, an associate professor at Mahidol University Faculty of Medicine in Bangkok, said: “Previously, there were little data whether people who already have type 2 diabetes and work the night shift have trouble controlling their blood sugars.”Our study data raise awareness of the difficulty in diabetes control among night shift workers.”A total of 260 people with type 2 diabetes with varying working schedules took part in the study. Of those, 62 were night shift workers, 94 worked in the day and 104 did not have a job.

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