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Nerve Damage. Diabetes and Neuropathy

Share Diabetes can harm the nervous system. This condition is known as diabetic neuropathy. Approximately 50% of diabetics, have been found to suffer from some form of diabetic nerve pain. Diabetic neuropathy is caused when the sugar levels in blood stays high for an excessively long period of time. Other contributing factors to diabetic neuropathy are swelling in the nerves …

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Diabetic Retinopathy

Share Diabetes is an illness that hampers the body’s ability to utilize and store sugar, which can result in many health problems. Chronically high sugar level in the blood can damage the body, including the eyes. Diabetic retinopathy causes damage to the minute blood vessels that nurture the retina. They leak blood and other fluids that result in swelling of …

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Types of Dementia

DEMENTIA

Share  Dementias are classified by commonality of affected part of brain or of symptoms or by the speed of onset and progress or one or more of these. Progressive dementias (so far neither reversible nor stoppable). ALZHEIMER’s disease. Generally developing after age 60, Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia, early-onset caused by defective gene. Often related to sugar …

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Love in the Time of ED

Love in the time of ED

ShareAs men reach midlife, their bodies start producing less testosterone than earlier. With the natural decrease in this  hormonal  production, many unpleasant symptoms manifest. Male mid-life is often associated with feelings of fatigue, depression, irritability, memory loss and poor concentration. It affects mental and physical health. Testosterone is responsible for strong libido and a feeling of powerful and assertive behaviour. …

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Pity The Hun Prefers Fighting To Fun. Pre-diabetic?

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ShareAwareness and early detection can put a lid on this disorder. But often, even the obvious symptoms of diabetes (increased appetite, constant thirst and high urine formation) are ignored and the disease is usually caught at an advanced stage, when much of the damage is irreversible, rather than at the pre-diabetic stage. Quite often it is accidentally caught only during …

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