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Insulin Myth: Type 2 and the sliding scale of Insulin.

ShareThis is a myth which arises from an incorrect understanding of Type 2 diabetes. It is true that in Type 2 diabetes, a person requires insulin from an external source, but it is incorrect to think that in such a case the body no longer produces insulin. This never occurs in clinical practice. On the contrary, in Type 2 diabetes, …

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Type 2 diabetes complications

ShareType 2 diabetes, can lead to short and long term complications. If effectively managed with focus on diet, exercise, medication and other lifestyle changes then these complications can be prevented. Short-term complications of type 2 diabetes are hypoglycemia (very low blood glucose) and hyperglycemia (very high blood glucose). Long-term complications of type 2 diabetes are categorized into micro vascular v/s …

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Hypoglycemia versus Hyperglycemia. Stay Perceptive.

Share  F or the body to perform its necessary functions, energy is required. This energy is provided by blood sugar. When the body does not have enough or too little blood sugar, the condition is referred to as Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar. Some of the causes of hypoglycemia are not eating enough food, too much exercise or, for diabetics, …

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Sugar Slam Thank You Ma’am!

Diabetics Cannot Eat Sugar

ShareThe idea that diabetics should avoid sugar is centuries old. Diabetes is a condition that causes high blood sugar. Sugary foods cause blood sugar levels to increase. Therefore, people with diabetes should avoid sugary foods in order to prevent hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) and keep their diabetes under control. One of the most frequently heard myths about diabetes is that …

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More Red Flags Than A Bullfight. Warning Signs for Type 1 Diabetes.

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Share The main signs to look out for in case of diabetes are:    Increased thirst (polydipsia) Increased urination (polyuria) Fatigue Increased appetite (polydipsia) Weight loss despite an increased appetite and Blurred vision (could be onset of cataract caused by the effects of increased glucose levels on the lens of the eyes) Cuts/bruises that are slow to heal Dry mouth and …

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