• Poor sleep increases odds for metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease

    3 days ago - By Healio

    Adults who go to sleep later, snore and nap for more than 30 minutes during the day are more likely to develop metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease, according to study findings.
    In a study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, researchers analyzed liver ultrasounds and self-reported sleeping behaviors in a cohort of adults from China. Those who reported having a poor sleep quality were more likely to develop metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease , and each 1-point improvement in sleep quality score reduced the risk for MAFLD
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