Does diabetes affect your sleep?
Yes, a few times a week.
Yes, several times a month.
Yes, once or twice a month.
Diabetes does not cause sleep issues for us.
Diabetes is not known for being kind to sleep patterns. For people living with diabetes, there's plenty to keep you awake at night. From worries about sleeping through low blood sugars, to waking to urinate if blood sugars are high, to alarms from insulin pumps and continuous glucose alarms, there are many diabetes-related sleep disturbances.
What can you do to help get a good night's sleep? Read our tips on getting the best night's sleep possible with diabetes.