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Diabetes can be a devastating life changing disease. It can lead to severe medical health problems including kidney disease, heart conditions, blindness and even amputation. Diabetes has no cure. Fortunately, there is a diabetic treatment system in place.
You may wonder who gets diabetes? Anyone over 40 could be at risk. So are those people who have a family member like a brother or a sister who is diabetic. If you are overweight, then you could be prone to diabetes. When fat tends to accumulate around the belly, there is a higher chance of diabetes. People who have high cholesterol and blood pressure are also in the higher risk category. So are people who are of Hispanic, Aboriginal, Asian or African descent.
Some of the signs of diabetes are blurry vision or skin problems. You may need to urinate more often than in the past. You may feel exhausted. Another sign of diabetes can be feeling thirsty all the time. People with dark skin patches may have diabetes. Another symptom of diabetes is a feeling of numbness or tingling in the hands and feet. If you find small cuts take too long to heal, you may need to seek diabetic treatment.
If you are diagnosed with diabetes, your diabetic treatment will also focus on your blood sugar level. Diabetes occurs when you don’t produce the right amount of insulin. This hormone is made in the pancreas and helps your cells absorb glucose. Your body needs to burn glucose to make energy. When you aren’t using the glucose, it remains in your blood stream, leading to medical complications.
Diabetic treatment will vary depending on what type of diabetes you have. Type One Diabetes occurs in young people and used to be called juvenile diabetes. In this case, the pancreas does not produce insulin. Type Two Diabetes is often referred to adult onset diabetes because it occurs in adults most often. Some adults can’t properly use insulin, or they don’t produce enough.
Insulin is the main diabetic treatment in the majority of type one cases. However, Type Two diabetics may be able to make some healthy changes to manage their blood sugar. In other cases, a combination of lifestyle changes and insulin may be your best diabetic treatment. Insulin must be injected in the fatty layer because digestion counteracts its effectiveness. You need to administer the insulin with a pen, syringe or pump. Some diabetic patients can use an inhaler.
A nutritionist is an integral part of your diabetic treatment plan. They can help you plan a menu that balances carbohydrates, proteins, fibres and fats. Eating these foods in combination, throughout the day will help stabilize your blood sugar. Sugar and sweets should be eaten in moderation with meals. Eat smaller portions just once or twice a week.
Lifestyle changes could be the main focus of your diabetic treatment plan. Exercising for at least 30 to 40 minutes a day will help keep blood glucose levels normal. People who lose just ten pounds can sometimes stop using insulin. Exercise may seem daunting when you are already feeling tired. Surprisingly daily exercise will give you more energy in the long run. Talk to your doctor before starting your exercise program.
A blood glucose meter will also be part of your diabetic treatment plan. Diabetics usually have to test their blood several times a day to be sure they are staying on track. Your kit will include a disposable implement to prick your finger, a test strip, and the blood glucose meter to take the reading. With a combination of diabetic treatments, you can live a full and productive life.