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An occasional super-snoozefest is normal, but if you're clocking way more than the recommended seven to eight hours regularly, be careful. A new study in the journal Diabetes Care revealed that for every hour beyond seven that subjects slept, their risk of type 2 diabetes increased by 14 percent. Longer sleep is associated with elevated levels of inflammatory markers that have been linked to increased diabetes risk.