Diabetes patients must take medications to control glucose levels in the blood. Wrong dosage can lead to hypoglycemia, reduced blood sugar. In the most severe cases, develops a comatose state, which threatens serious consequences.
Scientists have proven that when reduced sugar at night the human heart can not work in normal mode. The heart rate drops, and the ventricles are no longer fully filled with a new portion of blood.
Data were established during ECG monitoring during sleep, the group of persons with reduced sugar levels. The specialists underline that the deviation can occur even in completely healthy people without diabetes. This may explain sleep problems and some diseases of the cardiovascular system.