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Don’t Make A Conspiracy, Don’t Go Out With a Lie. Un-Stress.

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ShareStress is a part and parcel of life. Stress challenges us to strive for perfection and work harder. Sometimes when there is too much stress, it can overwhelm an individual and become a handicap. In diabetics, stress can alter blood glucose levels. Most people’s glucose levels go up with mental stress, but some people’s glucose levels may decrease. In people …

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The Moment Of Death Is Indeed Unsudden.

Diabetes and Suicide

ShareSuicide causes immense pain, suffering, and immeasurable loss to individuals, families and societies globally. Approximately, 112 Americans commit suicide every day. Suicide is the second foremost cause of death among 15-24 year olds and more than 9.4 million adults in the United States entertained serious thoughts of suicide within the past 12 months. A person who has suicidal tendencies feels …

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Gears Not Grinding In The Old Cerebellum? Mental Health Disorders.

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Share What are mental health illnesses or disorders? They refer to a broad spectrum of mental health conditions that affect ones mood, behavior and thinking. Some examples of mental health disorders are depression, anxiety disorders, and schizophrenia. Mental health affects ones day to day life, relationships and physical health. Being diagnosed with a mental health illness is bad enough but …

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Don’t Ever – Love, Believe Or Hope In Anything.

depression

Share Feeling low sometimes is normal, but some people feel a sadness that just won’t go away. Life appears hopeless. Feeling like this most of the day for two weeks or more is an indicator of serious depression. Several studies have implied that diabetes doubles the risk of depression compared to those who do not have the disorder. The chances …

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Food Is Like Heroin Addiction. Diabetes and Obesity.

Diabetes and Obesity

ShareThe International Diabetes Foundation (IDF) says that, “Diabetes and obesity are the biggest public health challenge of the 21st century.” As of 1999, diabetes affected 16 million (six percent) of Americans – an increase by 40 percent in just ten years. During the same period, the obesity rate climbed from 12 percent to almost 20 percent. Type II diabetes has …

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