Some Tips About Type 2 Diabetes

When you have diabetes, it is hard for your
body to turn
carbohydrates in food into
energy. This causes sugar to
build up in your blood. If not control,
it raises your risk for heart
disease, blindness, nerve and
organ damage, and other health problems. It strikes people of all
ages, and early symptoms are scarce. About 33% of people
with type 2 diabetes don't know that they have the disease.


People with type 2 diabetes often notice no symptoms. One of first
symptoms of diabetes is that the victims will be thirsty a lot. They
have dry mouth, bigger
appetite, peeing often, and undue weight loss
or gain.

ADVANCED SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES
As the level of your blood sugar levels get
higher, other symptoms like headaches, blurred
vision, and fatigue will emerged.

SYMPTOMS OF MORE ADVANCED DIABETES

In a lot of cases, type 2 diabetes
isn't discovered until it has damaged the body. Some of the signs of
advanced diabetes include:

1. Cuts or sores that are slow to
heal
2. Frequent yeast infections or
urinary tract infections
3. Itchy skin, especially in the
groin area


DIABETES AND YOUR SEX LIFE
One of the side effects of diabetes is that it can damage blood
vessels and nerves in your
genitals. When this happens, you will loss sexual feeling and it will
be hard for you to have an orgasm.
It is estimated that about 33% of diabetes patients have sexual
problems. Women may be experiencing vaginal dryness. And between 35%
and 70%
of men who are diabetics will loss their sexual ability.

DIABETES RISK FACTORS YOU CAN CONTROL

The following are
some of the lifestyles that can cause type 2 diabetes that you can control:

1. Being overweight, especially at
the waist
2. A couch potato lifestyle

3. Smoking

4. Eating a lot of red meat,
processed meat

5. Eating high-fat dairy
products

6. Sweets and sugar

7. Consuming unhealthy cholesterol and foods that can trigger
triglyceride levels.

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