(WKBW/UB) Not getting enough zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz's???? Here's another good reason to turn in early.
A University at Buffalo study shows that people who slept less than six hours a night during the work week were three times more likely to have elevated levels of blood sugar, putting them at risk of type 2 diabetes.
The study found people who slept six-to-eight hours fared better.
Researchers say the results could be linked to other sleep studies that show that lack of sleep can increase your hunger for high-calorie foods.