Recent research: When a person with sleep apnea begins treatment with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device, which forces air into the lungs during sleep, the person's resistance to insulin (a hallmark of diabetes) improves dramatically.

If you have sleep apnea: Treatment with a CPAP device may not only improve your sleep but also help lower diabetes risk.

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