Stress can cause significant emotional disturbance and result in a host of health-related effects, including poor sleep, depression, and more. According to results of a new study, one group of patients may be particularly prone to stress and less able to combat it: those with type 2 diabetes.
Given that experts already know diabetes increases the risk of serious conditions such as coronary heart disease and stroke, this new evidence may be an important key in learning how the disease may cause biological changes—and what those changes are. And once those biological changes are identified, researchers may be able to develop treatments that combat them. Here’s what you need to know:
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