Could uncontrollable blood pressure be a result of Sleep Apnea?
Diabetics often complain about excessive sleepiness, fatigue, irritation or depression. But it is a lesser known fact that it could be a result of Sleep Apnea. Studies claim that 40%* of people with Sleep Apnea suffer from diabetes. It is a common and potentially serious sleep disorder. These disruptions in breathing make the body discharge stress hormones, which raise the blood glucose level resulting in uncontrollable diabetes and blood pressure in most cases. Treatment of Sleep Apnea also improves the symptoms associated with Type 2 diabetes.