Study: Stress slows post-meal blood sugar drop in Type 1 diabetes

08/21/2005 | Reuters

Psychological stress can slow the decline in blood sugar elevations following food intake in patients with Type 1 diabetes, a new study says. Stress, however, did not have the same effect in patients who were fasting, and researchers say the findings indicate stress should be accepted as a possible explanation for sugar level oscillations, especially after a meal.

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