Hello, This is Jane Brown. I wanted to share with you some information on a topic that I have been asked about several times. It seems that no one is paying enough attention to their own health and the signs of what is happening to your own body.  Think of it this way – You live with your body every day – You are the one who knows if there is something wrong – So watch for the signs and take action!

“The World Health Organization predicts that diabetes will be one of the worst killers in the world by the year 2025, affecting some 300 million people worldwide.”

This is a scary fact and we need to take action now to lead healthier lifestyles. First of all, it does not help that we have a growing population of young children and adults alike who are obese. Obesity can lead to a number of health concerns and being a diabetic is one of them.  Especially since this health problem can be largely prevented and controlled with proper diet and exercise or at least properly managed for the most part.

Understanding this disease, researching your health problems and taking action, is the first step to controlling this complicated disease. You will then be able to make sound decisions on the course of action that you have to take to live a healthy life. Seeking professional medical advice is really the first step but you can also educate yourself so that you can manage your health and the financial costs that are associated with medications and prevention.

“The American Diabetes Association claims that more money is currently spent on treating the chronic complications of diabetes than on standard diabetic care.”

Whether you are a non-diabetic or pre-diabetic, the good news is that you may be able to see signs of early diabetes and take steps now to prevent it or you may just want to lead a healthier life. It is crucial to recognize the signs of diabetes as it is a metabolic disease which is affected by our daily activities, such as drinking, exercising, eating and even while you are trying to relax.

Diabetes affects the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins in our body. If our blood glucose levels,  fluctuate and remain higher than normal, we develop diabetic problems. Hypoglycemia is one type of diabetes. It is referred to as having low blood sugar and there are many symptoms that you may experience.

8 Signs of Possible Diabetes Problems may be:

1. Insomnia – Waking after only a few hours of sleep and not being able to go back to sleep

2. No energy, Tired all the time – not being able to regain energy after sleeping all night

3. Very emotional and worrisome all the time – Cry easily and have the feeling of hopelessness

4. Not Satisfied with Regular Meals – Eating all the time, especially sweets, junk food, pop, lots of starches

5. Memory Loss – forgetting to do things, can’t concentrate

6. Depression – Overwhelmed by everything, antisocial behavior, excessive fear of everything

7. Angry all the time – Bored all the time

8. Bruise easily, cold hands and feet, bleeding gums, ulcers, chronic indigestion, dizziness, sweating excessively, blurred vision

“According to the National Institutes of Health, nearly 25% of diabetic diagnoses are made during routine physical examinations”

So I can not say enough times, in every article I write, that routine doctors appointments are the most important rule of thumb that you can incorporate into the health lifestyle. Once you have gained this knowledge, you will be able to seek out the ways in which you can better care for yourself.

Take care
Jane Brown

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