A diagnosis of type 2 diabetes can be upsetting, but it is also good to know that it is manageable. By making few lifestyle changes, a positive attitude and a strong determination to give your health a priority, you can be successful in spending a happy and healthy life with diabetes. Continue Reading
Studies have revealed that people who consistently have a bad sleep are more like to have diabetes. The studies have shown that sleep can affect an individual’s blood sugar level. Lack of sleep increases the chance of an increase in blood sugar levels and the risk of diabetic issues. Continue Reading
Type 1 diabetes affects almost 10 to 15% of all people living with diabetes. Diabetes is a health disorder where there is excess glucose in the bloodstream. A diabetic patient is not able to manage glucose levels in normal ranges. Continue Reading
Exposure to heightened air pollution could be a cause of mild to severe health problems including but not limited to asthma, skin allergies, blood pressure, and Type 2 diabetes etc. It’s important to consider the factors that you can control, such as being aware that morning and evening commute times might not be the best time to go for a run or a walk. Change up your schedule so that you’re not engaging in outdoor activities near sources of pollutants or during peak hours. Continue Reading
As a diabetic patient, your everyday routine involves scheduling and planning. Stress in an emergency or a natural disaster can increase or decrease the blood sugar level to a dangerous level. It may be difficult to handle the situation. There may be no food or diabetes medication available at that particular near around you, and no way of getting medical attention. Continue Reading
Today’s major health issue heard from people is diabetes, and not just elderly people, it is affecting the youth and middle aged people also. Moreover, they just can’t resist their sweet tooth even after knowing about their sugar level. Diabetes care is an essential requirement for the existing and upcoming generation. Continue Reading
Diabetes is a health condition in which your body causes blood glucose or sugar levels to rise higher than normal. Type 2 diabetes is very common to find so that you need not panic. You should realize the presence of early symptoms of diabetes to treat the condition before it reaches the level of Type 1, a serious one.