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Diabetes has been a notorious disease known

Raj malhotra

Thursday, July, 19 2018, 06:48:AM

Start Date

2018-07-20 2:30 PM

End Date

2018-07-20 3:20 PM

Diabetes has been a notorious disease known to the public for many years. However, since the availability of Insulin, medication for diabetics and blood glucose monitoring systems, people with diabetes now can more effectively and reliably manage their health outside a hospital or doctor’s office. Even with all the conveniences of monitoring your diabetes, you will still have to know more about this disease. Managing your diabetes better depends on diet, fitness, medication and blood glucose monitoring. For you to better manage your diabetes, we have offered you some diabetes care information to improve the quality of your life with diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic disease in the body which does not properly produce (Type 1diabetes), or does not properly use (Type 2 diabetes) insulin, the substance that helps convert sugar, starches and other foods into energy. The result is that your body cannot have the energy needed. Un-converted sugar will therefore build up in your blood to damage the functions of your body organs. Glucose is the body’s major source of the energy you need. It is produced when the body digests carbohydrates (sugars and starches). When your body lacks insulin or cannot properly use insulin, the blood glucose can’t be converted into energy and hence the blood glucose (blood sugar) level increases. Abnormally higher or lower blood glucose levels can have both short and long-term effects to damage your body organs. There are several types of diabetes complications, each of them having different symptoms and requiring different care and treatment. Most of the forms are Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. The conditions associated with “prediabetes” include impaired glucose control and abnormal fasting glucose. Pregnant women are quite likely to develop gestational diabetes symptoms. Diabetic women, when pregnant, may also have certain concerns related to various conditions. Whenever you experience one or more of the following symptoms such as more frequent urination, blurred eye vision, fatigue or drowsiness, poor healing wounds or bruises, more frequent hunger and thirst, suddenly rapid weight loss, dry itchy skin, loss of feeling in hands or feet, you are advised to immediately consult your healthcare professional for medical attention. At this moment in time, there is no way to fully cure your diabetes. However, many people with diabetes can still live healthily for a long time without medical complications, with proper monitoring of blood glucose, proper