Being diagnosed with diabetes can be scary for seniors. Learning how to navigate Medicare and diabetes management plans can be even scarier. However, with the right resources and the right knowledge, you can set your fears aside when it comes to dealing with diabetes. Here are some simple tips that can help you decode your diagnosis and make sense of how diabetes can impact your healthcare and your lifestyle.
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Sudden weakness and hunger, trembling hands, sweating, confusion, sudden slurred speech and memory should not be ignored, endocrinologists are warning. These symptoms may indicate hypoglycaemia. Even a single sudden drop in blood sugar may cause a stroke or a heart attack. Contrary to elevated levels of blood sugar, which is the most common manifestation of diabetes, hypoglycaemia is extremely low, or blood sugar levels of less than three millimoles per liter.
Fatty deposit is one of the most common, and a dangerous disease of the modern age. Even those skinny people with low-fat index can have harmful and dangerous fatty deposits.
It is very challenging to exercise regularly and many people find it difficult or think about it like an obligation and all of that is contributing to more obesity and diabetes epidemics. But there is a less strenuous activity called whole-body vibration, which can be as effective as the regular exercise.