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Furthermore, severity of sleep apnea as measured by the apnea-hypopnea index, and the degree of oxygen desaturations during rapid-eye-movement sleep, accounted for more than 90% of the variability in measures of glucose tolerance including hemoglobin [A.
That both the fasting and postprandial triglyceride levels predicted CV outcomes in those who had normal glucose tolerance, but not in those with impaired glucose tolerance or diabetes, is something that has not been reported before.
All had 2-hour glucose values of 140-199 mg/dL on oral glucose tolerance test, a fasting plasma glucose concentration of 95-125 mg/dL, and one or more other high-risk characteristics (at least one component of the metabolic syndrome, a family history of type 2 diabetes, a history of gestational diabetes, the presence of polycystic ovary syndrome, or minority ethnic background).
Researchers in Tokyo examined this question using a group of 38 male Japan Self-Defense Forces in their 50s who had impaired glucose tolerance, and 60 control individuals.
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For glucose tolerance tests, animals were fasted overnight for 12 hr, and blood samples were obtained from the tail vein.
When they gave subjects the glucose tolerance test, a standard measure of how well the body processes sugar, they found 326 women had impaired glucose tolerance -- flawed glucose metabolism that leads to Type II diabetes in some cases.
This report provides elemental information and data relating to the clinical trials on Pre-Diabetes/Impaired Glucose Tolerance.
Her cholesterol level was elevated, and 5-hour glucose tolerance testing revealed an exaggerated blood-sugar response and an elevated insulin level.
Studies have shown sleep deprivation to decrease weight lifting performance, decrease time to exhaustion in aerobic exercise, increase ratings of perceived exertion, increase insulin resistance and decrease glucose tolerance, alter the supply of energy to the muscles, increase the stress hormone cortisol, and reduce running economy.
Niacin is capable of damaging the liver, activating peptic ulcers, impairing glucose tolerance, and precipitating gouty attacks," he adds.

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