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Night eating syndrome in adults with type 2 diabetes

Mariusz Jaworski, Paulina Krupińska
Diabetologia Kliniczna 2012;1(1):17-24.

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Vol 1, No 1 (2012)
Review articles (submitted)
Published online: 2012-04-11

Abstract

The incidence of diabetes type 2 among modernsociety tends to relate to growth and increasinglyyounger people. In recent years, it’s increasing attentionabout the relationship between the interactionof diabetes with sleep disorders, especially thenight-eating syndrome (NES), which can be characterizedas a daily food intake delay of circadianrhythm while normal sleep. NES prevalence of diabetesis approximately 9.7%.Increase of food consumptionat night in patients with type 2 diabetescan be associated with the eating disorders syndromeand have negative influence to the therapeutic processof this group of patients. Abnormal eating behaviorassociated with the observance of dietary witha low content of easily digestible carbohydrates, lowphysical activity, lack of systematic monitoring ofblood glucose levels in the blood can lead to thedisturbance of blood sugar levels, increase complicationsand therapeutic difficulties. It is importanttherefore NES diagnosis in this patient group andthe corresponding modification of drug and nutritionaltherapy. (Diabet. Klin. 2012; 1, 1: 17–24)

Abstract

The incidence of diabetes type 2 among modernsociety tends to relate to growth and increasinglyyounger people. In recent years, it’s increasing attentionabout the relationship between the interactionof diabetes with sleep disorders, especially thenight-eating syndrome (NES), which can be characterizedas a daily food intake delay of circadianrhythm while normal sleep. NES prevalence of diabetesis approximately 9.7%.Increase of food consumptionat night in patients with type 2 diabetescan be associated with the eating disorders syndromeand have negative influence to the therapeutic processof this group of patients. Abnormal eating behaviorassociated with the observance of dietary witha low content of easily digestible carbohydrates, lowphysical activity, lack of systematic monitoring ofblood glucose levels in the blood can lead to thedisturbance of blood sugar levels, increase complicationsand therapeutic difficulties. It is importanttherefore NES diagnosis in this patient group andthe corresponding modification of drug and nutritionaltherapy. (Diabet. Klin. 2012; 1, 1: 17–24)
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Keywords

diabetes, night eating syndrome, eating disorders

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Title

Night eating syndrome in adults with type 2 diabetes

Journal

Clinical Diabetology

Issue

Vol 1, No 1 (2012)

Pages

17-24

Published online

2012-04-11

Bibliographic record

Diabetologia Kliniczna 2012;1(1):17-24.

Keywords

diabetes
night eating syndrome
eating disorders

Authors

Mariusz Jaworski
Paulina Krupińska

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