The Risk From Sugary Soda Consumption
Soda and sugary drink consumption can lead to obesity, diabetes and heart disease. An individual who consumes at least one tin soda a day may have a 26 percent greater risk of developing diabetes compared with an individual who rarely drinks soda.
The Risk From Low Blood Sugar Levels
Dr. Rozalina McCoy, from the Mayo Clinic, says that taking too many medications to control blood sugar levels may bring down sugar levels to dangerously low levels. Complications with low sugar levels may lead an individual to dizziness and coma.
A Study On The Protein Called TSPAN2
Hyperglycemia can increase the TSPAN2 protein levels and may cause the death of beta cells. A treatment which can target the TSPAN2 protein can stop the death of the pancreatic beta cell and can lower the risk of diabetes.
About Diabetic Foot Problem
Diabetic foot is a type of complication found in patients with diabetes. The foot complication can increase the risk of hospitalization.
An earlier study has indicated 15 times higher risk of gangrene (a major health complication) in patients with diabetes. Diabetes can lead to nerve damage (gangrene), blood vessel damage (angiopathy) and infection. The patient may lose the sensations in the feet. The patient may not feel the pain due to a cut or an injury to the leg.
These problems may lead to the formation of the ulcer as you walk. A patient will know the problem as it worsens. An amputation is the only solution if the highly infected ulcers are not prevented or properly treated.
Patients affected with diabetes should be checked regularly by your doctor for a possible treatment of foot ulcer. A patient with diabetes should understand that the absence of symptoms does not indicate that the feet are healthy.
The Risk Of Diabetes Due To The Association Of Family History Of Mental Or Physical Activity
Russian researcher Dmitri Davydov believes that non-insulin dependent type 2 diabetes disease (T2D) can be cured by regulating physical and mental activity.
The brain is the main consumer of glucose present in the blood. Without mental activity, the patient may not get relief from diabetes even if the person performs regular physical activity.
If the brain of the patient is genetically more active and if it is inactive, the brain may not consume an adequate amount of glucose. The tissues accumulate glycated hemoglobin.
If the family history is associated with physical activity and the patient is not doing it, then the muscles do not consume an adequate amount of glucose.
The consequence for either genetically "smart" (more thinking) or "active" (more physically active) will be different. A patient with type 2 diabetes (T2D) may get the following complications
To prevent diabetes, the study suggests.
The study suggests that diagnostic methods should be different for "smart" and "active" categories.
The Risk Of Gestational Diabetes (GD)
Dr. Karima Shmila, a consultant of Obstetrics and Gynecology, says that diabetes during pregnancy is called gestational diabetes (GD). Gestational diabetes (GD) can cause severe problems for the mother and child.
Gestational diabetes generally occurs during the second trimester of pregnancy and women may get relief from diabetes after birth if she had diabetes. Sometimes, the complication of gestational diabetes may lead to hypertension and the continuation of type 2 diabetes (T2D) even after pregnancy.
If gestational diabetes (GD) is not controlled, the child may get complications such as.
A woman should consult the doctor quickly during pregnancy if her medical history suggests a risk of diabetes.
All women during the pregnancy should check blood sugar (glucose) levels for the possibility of gestational diabetes (GD) before pregnancy and between 24 and 28 weeks during pregnancy.
Women during pregnancy should take the right diet and follow a regular physical activity program. They should check sugar levels routinely.
Treatment With New Diabetes Drug Called Empagliflozin
Prof Chan Siew Pheng, a consultant Endocrinologist says that lowering the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) is important for the patient with diabetes. Now, there is no single drug that can take care of both diabetes and heart diseases.
But, empagliflozin oral medicine (once in a day) can be used along with diet and exercise. This medicine is available in Malaysia. The single medicine can take care of both diabetes and heart health. The advantages of the medicine are.
About Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)
The chest pain is also known as angina or discomfort. This feel like indigestion. An individual may feel pain in arms, back, neck, shoulders and jaws. Emotional stress is the main reason for this problem. Other symptoms are.
If the individual is a patient with diabetes, nerves can interfere with diabetes signals. An individual may not feel pain and may get a heart attack without the pain symptom.
Treatment With Vitamin D Taken With Quetiapine
The Risk With Lifestyle In Younger People
The number of youngsters diagnosed with diabetes is increasing due to the poor lifestyle and obesity. The common symptoms of diabetes are.
About 75 percent of patients with diabetes are of type 2 diabetes (T2D) due to poor lifestyle, increased stress levels and no physical activity. Moderate physical activity can help in normalizing sugar levels and cholesterol.
Patient with diabetes can drink lemon juice and black tea. He can eat sprouted pulses, salad with onion, cabbage, cucumber, radish, tomato, whole wheat, whole pulses, cooked vegetables, fruits, skimmed milk, lean meat, fish, egg white, almonds and walnuts.
The food products that should be avoided for consumption are sugar-rich foods or drinks such as honey, puddings, chocolate, glucose, bakery products, grapes, banana, mango, dates, alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, dried fruits and fried foods.
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Published by Jammi Vasista, Chennai, India.