A number of clients are still uncertain about type two Diabetes what it is and its effects .
In fact if you have it you are not Diabetic but you certainly will be unless you change some of your general living style habits as your pancreas is struggling to cope with the amount of sugar in your diet .Most people are having difficulty coming to terms with the unexpected added sugars in almost all paket, canned, bottled foods and liquids.as the sugar you add is possible the smallest amout added to your diet for the day .
So What Is It?
When you have this disease, your body does a poor job turning the carbohydrates in food into energy. This causes sugar to build up in your blood and over time it raises your risk for heart disease, blindness, nerve and organ damage, and other serious conditions if the condition is allowed to continue . It strikes people of all ages, and early symptoms are mild. About 1 out of 3 people with type 2 diabetes don't know they have it.
What Will You Notice First?
People with type 2 diabetes often have no symptoms. When they do appear, one of the first may be being thirsty a lot. Others include dry mouth, bigger appetite, peeing a lot -- sometimes as often as every hour -- and unusual weight loss or gain
As your blood sugar levels get higher, you may have other problems like headaches, blurred vision, and fatigue.
Signs of Serious Problems
In many cases, type 2 diabetes isn't discovered until it takes a serious toll on your health. Some red flags include:
Cuts or sores that are slow to heal ,frequent yeast infections or urinary tract infections Itchy skin, especially in the groin area.
Diabetes can damage blood vessels and nerves in your genitals. This could lead to a loss of feeling and make it hard to have an orgasm. Women are also prone to vaginal dryness. About 1 in 3 who have diabetes will have some form of sexual trouble. Between 35% and 70% of men who have the disease will have at least some degree of impotence in their lifetime.Some health habits and medical conditions related to your lifestyle can raise your odds of having type 2 diabetes, including: Being overweight, especially at the waist
Smoking,Eating processed meats, high-fat dairy products,processed canned and packet products of all description need to controlled carefully .
Risk factors that are out of your control with you more likely to get it are Family history of diabetes: Having a parent or sibling with diabetes boosts your odds.being 45 and older raises your risk of type 2 diabetes.
The more risk factors you have, the more likely you'll get type 2 diabetes.
How Does Insulin Work?
In a healthy person, insulin helps turn food into energy. Your stomach breaks down carbohydrates into sugars. They enter the bloodstream, prompting your pancreas to release the hormone insulin in just the right amount. It helps your cells use the sugar for fuel.In type 2 diabetes, your cells can't use sugar properly. That means there's a lot of it in your blood. If you have a condition called insulin resistance, your body makes the hormone, but your cells don't use it or respond to it like they should. If you've had type 2 diabetes for a while but haven't treated it, your pancreas will make less insulin.
Your Diet Makes a Difference
You can control blood sugar levels by changing your diet and losing extra weight. That will also cut your risk of complications. Carefully track the carbs in your diet. Keep amounts the simular at every meal, watch how much fat and protein you eat, and cut calories.
Make healthy choices and an eating plan.Regular exercise, like strength training, gardening or walking, improves your body's use of insulin and can lower blood sugar levels. Being active also helps get rid of body fat, lowers blood pressure, and protect you from heart disease. Try to get 30 minutes of moderate activity on most days of the week.
Stress can boost your blood pressure and blood sugar. Some people don't do anything for it. Others turn to food to cope with it. Instead do your action 30 minutes chop wood whatever to help burn of the stress energy then practice relaxation techniques like deep breathing, meditation, or visualization. Talk to a friend or a family member, and do remember to take your stress B complex and minerals to stop your nervous system from over reaction
The longer you have diabetes, the greater the chance you'll get chronic kidney disease. Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure. It's to blame for about half of new cases. Controlling your blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol can lower your risk for this complication. Yearly tests and medications can slow the disease and keep your kidneys healthy.Over time, uncontrolled diabetes and high blood sugar can also cause nerve damage.the symptoms include, tingling, numbness, pain, and a pins and needles sensation -- often in your fingers, hands, toes, or feet. The damage can't be reversed, but there are treatments. Controlling your diabetes can help prevent further harm.
Can It Be Prevented?
One of the most surprising things about type 2 diabetes is that you can avoid it. To lower your risk, follow the same guidelines for warding off heart disease:
Eat a healthy diet.Exercise for 30 minutes, 5 days a week.Stay at a healthy weight. People with prediabetes can avoid getting diabetes with lifestyle changes .
Check your blood sugar levels with your G.P. have a 2 liver funtion test as this will include that if you ask
Supplement recommendations are
Go Healthy Chromium caps or Sugar Manager