1). Diabetic Symptoms - What Are Its Signs, Diagnosis And How Can You Prevent It? By : Dean Shainin
The onset of diabetes symptoms is varied, depending on its particular type. Most Type 2 diabetes cases have a slow onset, taking years before the signs start to appear. However, in Type 1 cases, particularly in children, the symptoms may appear rapidly, taking only months or even weeks.
2). Diabetic Diet Plan – 6 Effective Tips For Preparing A Meal By : Dean Shainin
A diabetic diet plan plays an important role in treatment. The majority of people affected with diabetes are overweight or obese.
3). A Dietary Overhaul for Diabetics By : Mike Herman
Nutrition plays a big role in the in all of our lives, especially if your a diabetic. When a person is diagnosed with diabetes, they have to often need to overhaul many of the basic activities in their life.
4). Controlling diabetes with natural health products By : Rich Marsiglia
This article gives an overview on diabetes and how to treat it with natural health products.
5). Does Hypnosis Influence Diabetes? By : Rene Graeber
You might be asking why hypnosis is so successful in treating diabetes and the manifestation of depression. The bottom line is that one of the contributing factors of depression is the person’s physiological state. In fact, studies show that high blood sugar levels cause biochemical changes within the brain that can lead to depression.
6). What to do if You Have Hypoglycemia By : Jessica Deets
Hypoglycemia is a condition involving a low blood sugar level. It usually affects adults and children over 10 years of age. Symptoms include feeling tired, fatigued, anxious, hungry, light-headed, sometimes with excessive perspiration and/or dizziness.
7). Problems and Symptoms in Different Types of Diabetes By : James Hunt
There are three different types of diabetes and each category has its own problems and symptoms that are specific to it...
8). Glucose Monitor: A Diabetics Gauge To Correct Insulin Levels By : Susan Dean
Many diabetics, in particular ones with type 1 diabetes will have the need for a glucose monitor to measure how much glucose (sugar) is in their blood so they can replenish themselves with the correct amount of insulin that they need. It is important for these levels to be kept in balance so as to prevent and or reduce the risk of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) and hyperglycemia (high blood sugar).
9). Information On Diabetes: The Importance Of Education By : Susan Dean
Information on diabetes is an important educational factor in helping people to combat the onset of this common disease in particular type 2 diabetes. Often this condition can have been prevented with healthy eating and regular exercise therefore reducing obesity especially in young children and adolescents.
10). Treatment of Diabetes By : Hans Hasselfors
Now a day’s diabetes treatment has become a common disease among people. It is caused due to mismanagement of carbohydrate metabolism inside the body. Diabetes is identified with the excessive production of urine, hunger, thirst and excessive loss of weight, blurred vision, and delay in healing of skin, repeated infection, and excessive fatigue.
11). Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms and Causes By : Barney Garcia
Type 2 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes, the problem being that the body does not produce enough insulin, or other cells ignore the insulin you produce.
12). Diabetes and Your Eyesight By : Nicholas
What does diabetes mean to a common man? Sugar? But it’s not that simple. Diabetes is a multi-organ disease that affects almost all parts of the body simultaneously and eyes are most commonly affected. The side affects of diabetes can be prevented or delayed by being in touch with doctors.
Early diagnosis and treatment goes a long way...
13). Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment By : Knut Holt
Special areas in the pancreas gland, the islets of Langerhans, produce a hormone called insulin. This hormone is a protein of small size. Insulin stimulates muscle cells and other body cells to take up glucose from the blood and convert the glucose to glycogen, a kind of starch, and then store the glycogen. By need the body cells convert the glycog...
14). Diabetes: Cell Transplantation Could Be A Solution For Diabetes By : Hector Milla
Diabetes: Cell Transplantation Could Be A Solution For Diabetes
15). Diabetes and Its Management By : AyurvedicCure.com
Diabetes Mellitus is one of the most costly burdensome chronic diseases of our time and is condition that is increasing in epidemic population in the whole world. The complications resulting from the diseases are a significant cause of morbidity and mortality and are associated with failure of various organs such as the eyes, kidneys and nerves. Di...
16). 7 Steps on How to Prevent Diabetes By : Carol Ann
Diabetes is more prevalent than ever and 95% of cases diagnosed are type 2 diabetes.
Although for some the development of diabetes is inevitable, perhaps due to heriditery and other factors, for the vast majority it can be prevented by taking these 7 simple steps...
Before diabetes type 2 becomes fully developed you go th...
17). The X Factor: How Fast Can It Ruin Your Life? By : Jack Krohn
It was absolutely embarrassing! I couldn’t stay awake. After eating a normal breakfast lunch or dinner I was out like a light. No I am not talking about the Thanksgiving turkey tryptophan thing that is the brunt of so many jokes-this was not funny at all.
I tried to cope with this for over a year until one day driving in town on a bus...
18). 8 Signs of a Diabetes Symptom By : Carol Ann
If you have two or more of these pre-diabetes symptoms you should seriously consider getting yourself checked out:
1) If you find you are excessively thirsty, not just after extreme exercise or hot weather.
2) You seem to constantly have a dry mouth - even if you've just had a drink.
3) You find you are having...
19). Eating helps cheating diabetes! By : Mick Burrows
Eating helps cheating diabetes!
20). What Is Diabetes? By : Mary Williams
With diabetes such an epidemic today, it is essential that you know exactly what it is. Why? Well, to prevent getting diabetes yourself that is!
In layman terms, “diabetes” is the inability of the body to process sugars properly. When we eat or drink, our “pancreas” produces a hormone called “insulin”. Insulin is released into the bloo...
21). Diabetes: Breast-feeding May Help Babies and Women Against Diabetes By : Hector Milla
Babies and women may be protected against developing diabetes disease through breast feeding, according to new research. This current study states that the longer women nursed, the lower their risks of developing diabetes.
Diabetes as a medical disorder characterized by varying or persistent elevated blood sugar levels, especially due ...
22). Diabetes and The Menopause By : Carol Ann
You might be thinking "What's the connection between diabetes and the menopause?"
Well, for ladies reaching that certain age, it can be very traumatic - especially when some of the effects experienced can easily be mistaken for those we have to be aware of when managing our diabetes...
For a diabetic taking medication, kee...
23). Diabetes – Symptoms And Cures By : Sharon Albright
Diabetes is of three main types – insulin-dependent diabetes or the Type 1 diabetes, Non-insulin dependent diabetes or the Type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes mellitus. A person’s eating habits and viruses can cause Type 1 diabetes. Heredity, obesity, high blood pressure, and lack of proper diet cause Type 2 diabetes, which is very common.
24). What You Must Know About Diabetes By : Scott Michaels
Diabetes Mellitus is a disease in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin, a hormone that helps the body’s tissues absorb glucose (sugar) so it can be used as a source of energy. The condition may also develop if muscle, fat, and liver cells respond poorly to insulin. In people with diabetes, glucose levels build up in the blood and urine,...
25). Diabetes and Your Mouth By : Bob Fleming
We diabetics have to pay even more attention to our teeth and gums than other people.
We are at greater risk of cavities, gum disease and tooth infections. Not only that, but those infections can cause our blood sugar to rise, so it becomes a vicious cycle.
Here are some mouth problems common in diabetics.
26). Diabetes: Diabetics Should Not Have A High Carb Diet Due To Blood Pressure By : Hector Milla
New studies evaluating the effects of high-carbohydrate and high- monounsaturated fat diets indicate that patients with type 2 diabetes suffered of modestly raises blood pressure after being exposed to 14 weeks of a high-carbohydrate diet compared to a diet high in monounsaturated fat.
One diet consisted in a high-carbohydrate diet con...
27). Diabetes: Alzheimer's and Diabetes Could Be Linked Diseases I By : Hector Milla
According to a new study, diabetes and Alzheimer's diseases are more related than everybody thought. Some researchers believe that Alzheimer's could be a form of diabetes, because findings show that insulin production in the brain declines as Alzheimer's disease advances.
Through a series of experiments, a group of researchers discove...
28). Low-Carb Diets and Diabetes By : Philip Nicosia
In a low-carb diet, the carbohydrate intake is limited to about 5 to 10 percent, such that protein and fats take precedence in one’s eating habits, to be able to keep sated and avoid bouts of hunger. It is in maintaining that feeling of fullness that one is able to avoid craving for sweets, and this is a good reason for diabetics to adopt a diet th...
29). Diabetes, the other silent killer By : Mayur
Figures from the American Diabetic Association show that diabetes is the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S, killing approximately 210000 persons every year. Medical and other related costs can soar over $100 billion a year!!
The good news is there is a great deal that you can do to help manage the condition at an early stage. Be...
30). Diabetes: Health 'Coaches' Will Help To Combat Rising Diabetes Cases By : Hector Milla
Pennsylvania has a moderate rate of increase in diabetes hospitalizations, accounting less than 1 per cent over the last two years, however, diabetes is a serious problem in this region. An amount of 8 per cent of adults of this state is affected by diabetes, which is 1 per cent above the 7 per cent people affected throughout the country. Moreover ...
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