Published: Mon, January 02, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

Nothing better than being healthy | Health = Happiness

Nothing better than being healthy | Health = Happiness

Diabetes affects how the body uses carbohydrates (starch, fruit and milk), proteins and fats.

Diabetes occurs when the pancreas does not produce insulin at all (Type 1 Diabetes) or when the body can not use insulin produces it from the pancreas (Type 2 Diabetes). If this were to happen, incorporating sugar (main energy source of the body) absorbs the blood, starving the energy cells. Over time, this can damage the eyes, kidneys, nerves or heart, leading to a life-threatening situation.

Diabetes Warning Signs-Hyperglycemia

Sugar Signs High in blood include: Excessive thirst
Excessive urination, especially at night
You are very tired most of the day
Cuts or sores that take time to heal
Blurry vision of Occasionally
A tingling sensation or no sensation in the hands and feet
Experience more infections than usual
Sexual problems
Acanthosis pigmentation, a darker pigmentation of the skin folds (neck , Elbows, behind the knees or groin areas)
Check your blood sugar frequently if you have any of the signs of high blood sugar above.

Warning signs Hypoglycemia in Diabetes

Once diagnosed and treated, perhaps you have some or none of the warning signs of b Blood Sugar Garlic:

Tired, Sleepy
Grouchy, Colon
Heart Palpitations
Lack of concentration
Numbness or tingling around the mouth or tongue
Types of Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes: Call Before IDDM Juvenile Diabetes:

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There is usually a family predisposition to type 1 diabetes due to the types of tissues that run in families.

Facts about type 1 diabetes include:

Insulin: inject, inhale or pump insulin to live
The pancreas produces little or no insulin
Generally develops in individuals before the age of 30
In children, symptoms may suddenly appear with Frequent urges to urinate, thirst, extreme hunger, fatigue, rapid weight loss and very high blood sugar (symptoms in adults is more gradual, often confused with type 2 diabetes)
If untreated, can progress To ketoacidosis and coma
Can occur throughout life
Information about the treatment of Type 1 Diabetes, contact us today.

Type 2 diabetes: formerly called onset diabetes adult NIDDM:

type 2 diabetes occurs when the body can not use insulin p pancreas produces about 90% of people with diabetes are diagnosed with this type. In addition, the pancreas produces insulin in amounts that are adequate for the body's requirements.

Facts about Type 2 Diabetes are:

It Happens More Gradually
More Often Occurs After age 30 but growing number of children and adolescents are diagnosed
80 to 90% of people who develop type 2 diabetes are overweight
the individual may have no symptoms again or
treatment depends on the person and may include:

Modifying diet and weight treatment
Increased activity
lifestyle changes
Management lipids blood pressure and blood
The combination of all these elements
main metabolic problems include:

High blood pressure
High blood lipid levels
High blood pressure
Risk factors:

Excess weight
Family history of diabetes
Hispanic, African American, or Native American
10-16 years or older than 30
Previous history of large babies or diabetes during pregnancy (gestational diabetes)
Sedentary lifestyle
High blood pressure > HDL cholesterol less than 35 mg / dl and / or triglycerides greater than 250 mg / dl
Information about the treatment of type 2 diabetes, contact us today.

Gestational diabetes is the Type of diabetes that occurs only during pregnancy. It affects 7% of pregnancies in the United States and 11% in San Antonio where there is a high incidence of obesity and diabetes among the Hispanic population. This carbohydrate intolerance of varying severity is detected, usually between 24-28 weeks of pregnancy and tends to resolve once the baby is born. It is very important to control high blood sugar in both types of diabetes to reduce complications in the mother and child.

Risk factors associated with gestational diabetes include:

African American, Hispanic / Latino American, Indian American
Obesity Diabetes Family Background

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