Diabetes Could Be Triggered by Habitual Poor Sleep

The CDC estimates that 26.8 million adults have been diagnosed with diabetes while 88 million adults have prediabetes, and a poor sleep cycle may be the culprit. (Liane Roth/S.F. Examiner)

The CDC estimates that 26.8 million adults have been diagnosed with diabetes while 88 million adults have prediabetes, and a poor sleep cycle may be the culprit. (Liane Roth/S.F. Examiner)

Have trouble sleeping, are you hungry all the time, have unquenchable thirst, numb or tingling hands or feet, are you exhausted by the end of the day, unable to concentrate, feeling faint or confused at odd times? It may be a sign of prediabetes or even type 2 diabetes, given a rise in the number of diabetes patients and lifestyle changes this past year, as numerous studies show diabetes is linked to a variety of health issues including kidney damage, heart problem and cognitive decline.

The CDC estimates 26.8 million adults have been diagnosed with diabetes while 7.3 million are undiagnosed, while 88 million adults have prediabetes, of which 24.2 million are those aged 65 or older. Even prediabetes, which means a higher-than-normal blood sugar level according to the Mayo Clinic, can be linked to these same health problems.

If you can’t find your keys or forget why you walked into another room, are tossing and turning night after night no matter how tuckered out you may be, if you can pinch more than an inch or two at your waist or if you are concerned about what to do to improve your long-term health outcomes, there is some good news on the horizon. Gluconite, a newly released supplement, can help people with diabetes or even those suffering from many of the symptoms but have not been diagnosed with diabetes or prediabetes.

Scientific references prove Gluconite is 100% natural and works to help regulate abnormal blood sugar levels, particularly in people with type 2 diabetes, improve the nightly sleep cycle, reduce brain fog, enhance sugar optimization in the body by metabolic processes and improve mental acuity. Numerous studies reveal sleep quality along with the metabolic regulation of the body at night is a key factor in maintaining overall good health including weight loss, improved concentration, higher energy levels and better mood stability.

Type 2 diabetes is a manageable health condition but can be hard to sustain as our bodies constantly struggle to control our blood sugar levels, which can lead to lower energy levels, loss of concentration, food cravings, mood swings, inconsistent sleep patterns and that dreaded weight gain.

The all-natural ingredients in Gluconite combine to support healthy insulin, blood sugar levels and metabolism to energize your whole body while sleeping so you wake up refreshed and ready to take on the day. Gluconite is manufactured in an FDA-approved facility under good manufacturing practices (GMP) and contains no known allergens, no soy, is vegetarian-friendly, non-GMO, with no dairy, animal byproducts or wheat and barley. Gluconite contains no harmful toxins and every batch is tested before it is sent out. This ensures a top-quality product without the risk of annoying or concerning side effects and can be safely consumed without any harm.

Gluconite’s all-natural ingredients include hibiscus, an outstanding metabolic booster said to reduce excess fat around the waist as well as naturally lowering blood sugar levels; and Brazil nut, filled with chromium, the mineral shown to have positive effects on stabilizing blood sugar levels and increasing insulin sensitivity as well as known to help control hunger and reduce food cravings.

Other beneficial ingredients include Passionflower, known to improve the metabolism and help reduce blood sugar levels and lower high cholesterol levels; chamomile, known to help calm and soothe the body and mind while reducing anxiety and providing a good night’s sleep; white willow bark, known to aid in weight loss as well as providing pain relief and anti-inflammatory effects; Stevia leaf extract, a natural sweetener that helps keep blood glucose and insulin levels in control; and hops, filled with Iso-a-acids known to help with weight loss while also modulating the brain’s GABA activity. Gluconite also contains important vitamins A, C. D and K, for a healthy immune system, melatonin for deeper sleep and tryptophan for regulating the mood.

Using Gluconite as directed typically leads to stabilized blood sugar levels, improved metabolism, more energy, better concentration, a good night’s sleep and weight loss. Thousands of adults have found Gluconite to be an effective and safe supplement in eliminating worrisome health issues and have seen positive results leading to a higher quality of life. Better yet, the company offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee within 180 days if you do not see an improvement.

If you are ready to say goodbye to sleepless nights, low energy levels, brain fog and those squishy love handles along with expensive medications, Gluconite has a special 40% off promotion if you act quickly and claim your exclusive bottle today. Click on ADD TO CART to get the help you need to start your journey to a healthier lifestyle.

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