Diabetes Self-Management

CPAP Tied to Lower Glucose Levels

ost people with diabetes are familiar with several factors that can raise their blood glucose levels—including high-carbohydrate meals, inadequate physical activity, and not taking insulin or other medications as prescribed or directed. In some people, psychological or physical stress can also raise blood glucose levels.

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