Diabetes Symptoms: Here We Discussed 6 Body Parts That Signal High Blood Sugar

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Diabetes Symptoms: Here We Discussed 6 Body Parts That Signal High Blood Sugar
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Chronic diabetes conditions include type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Potentially reversible diabetes conditions include prediabetes and gestational diabetes. Prediabetes happens when blood sugar levels are higher than normal. But the blood sugar levels aren’t high enough to be called diabetes. And prediabetes can lead to diabetes unless steps are taken to prevent it. Gestational diabetes happens during pregnancy. But it may go away after the baby is born.

These are 6 body parts that can signal high blood sugar

1. EYE

High blood sugar levels can affect the blood vessels in the retina, leading to eye-related problems such as blurry vision, cataracts, glaucoma and the most concerning, diabetic retinopathy. Retinopathy involves changes in the retina, which is the light-sensitive layer at the back of the eye. If left untreated, it can lead to vision loss and blindness in people who have diabetes.

2. FEETS

There are two ways diabetes can affect your feet. The first is through nerve damage, which deprives your foot from feeling any kind of sensation. Secondly, you may experience poor blood circulation in your feet, which makes it difficult for any infection to heal. Over time, if the sores or the infection is not treated, it can even lead to amputation.

3. KIDNEYS

Kidneys are an integral part of the body, which helps filter all the toxins and wastes from the body. It comprises tiny blood vessels that help the organ function efficiently. However, high blood sugar may cause damage to these blood vessels, which can in turn lead to diabetic kidney disease, also known as diabetic nephropathy. Symptoms include: protein in the urine, increased need to urinate, worsened blood pressure control, swelling in the feet, ankles, hands and eyes, nausea, vomiting, fatigue and more.

4. NERVES

Just like diabetic retinopathy and nephropathy, high blood sugar can also lead to nerve damage called diabetic neuropathy. The condition can lead to symptoms including numbness or reduced ability to feel pain or temperature, tingling or burning feeling, sharp pains and cramps, extreme sensitivity to touch and severe foot ulcers, infections and more.

5. HEART & BLOOD VESSELS

Given that high blood sugar can cause blood vessel damage, a diabetic is always at an increased risk of cardiovascular complications including stroke and heart disease. In addition, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people with diabetes are also more likely to have other conditions that raise the risk for heart disease including high blood pressure.

6. GUMS

Gum disease, also called periodontal disease, is a common condition linked to high blood sugar. It usually occurs due to clogged or thickened blood vessels that reduce the blood flow to gums, hence weakening the muscles. Furthermore, high blood sugar can also promote the growth of bacteria that usually causes gum disease. Symptoms include bleeding, sensitive, and painful gums.

How to lower your risk of diabetes?
RESEARCH

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Several studies have been conducted on these herbals proving there efficacy in treatment of diabetes.

A Program that You Can Sustain

We don’t want you to go on an unreasonable crash diet or become a gym buff. The reversal program is designed in a way that you can maintain.

Take Full control of Your Body

Apart from the reduction of HbA1C, our focus is also on weight management, better mental health and elimination of medications.

Reduce Dependency on Medicines

We DO NOT prescribe or introduce any medicine be it allopathic, homeopathic or ayurvedic, instead, we reduce your dependency on medicines to control blood sugar levels.

Start with these 6 tips:

  1. Cut sugar and refined carbohydrates from your diet. Eating foods high in refined carbohydrates and sugar increases blood sugar and insulin levels, which may lead to diabetes over time. Examples of refined carbohydrates include white bread, potatoes and many breakfast cereals. Instead, limit sugar and choose complex carbohydrates such as vegetables, oatmeal and whole grains.
  2. Quit smoking if you are a current tobacco user. Smoking can contribute to insulin resistance, which can lead to type 2 diabetes. Quitting has been shown to reduce this risk of type 2 diabetes over time.
  3. Watch your portions. Avoiding large portion sizes can help reduce insulin and blood sugar levels and decrease the risk of diabetes. Eating too much food at one time has been shown to cause higher blood sugar and insulin levels in people at risk of diabetes.
  4. Aim for 30. Try to be intentionally active by taking a walk, dancing, lifting weights or swimming for 30 minutes, five days per week. If you get no or very little physical activity—and you sit during most of your day—then you lead a sedentary lifestyle, and it’s time to get moving.
  5. Drink water. Drinking water instead of other beverages may help control blood sugar and insulin levels, thereby reducing the risk of diabetes. Sticking with water most of the time helps you avoid beverages that are high in sugar, preservatives and other unneeded ingredients.
  6. Eat fiber. Getting plenty of fiber is beneficial for gut health and weight management. Consuming a good fiber source at each meal can help prevent spikes in blood sugar and insulin levels, which may help reduce your risk of developing diabetes.

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