Posts Tagged ‘diabetes treatment’

07
Apr

I like this series. It explains what diabetes is in a way we could easily understand.

21
Dec

  NO, it can't. Cinnamon cannot cure diabetes but it may be a promising supplement. According to one study, cinnamon has been found to lower blood sugar level in people with type 2 diabetes. Some studies have found cinnamon effective in lowering blood sugar level but many studies also found it ineffective. Regardless whether its effective or not, including cinnamon in your

31
Oct

  Type 1 Diabetes cannot be prevented. No one can predict who will or won't get it. Type 2 Diabetes however, can sometimes be prevented. There are many factors that put a person at risk for Type 2 Diabetes. A family history of diabetes Age over 45 Race or ethnic background Metabolic syndrome (also called insulin resistance syndrome). Being overweight Hypertension Abnormal lipid levels History of gestational diabetes

29
Sep

When you are under stress, your blood sugar level rises. If you have T2 Diabetes, your body will have a harder time lowering down your blood sugar level.   Stress is our body's natural reaction or alarm system to prepare itself to take action when faced with threats. Not all stress is bad – it can motivate you to give your best and get a job done. Unfortunately, our bodies cannot determine the difference between facing a threat of getting

15
Sep

The Amazing Discovery of Insulin

Almost a hundred years ago, before the discovery of insulin in 1921, there wasn't much hope for people who had diabetes. The most effective treatment at that time was to put the patients in strict diets where sugar was kept to a minimum. Some patients even die of starvation. We are very fortunate today, as a result of years of research and experiments, our scientists already has a huge amount of knowledge about diabetes. Diabetics can easily buy diabetic test strips, insulin

02
Jul

Most newly diagnosed kids have there med alert bracelets on.  A lot of newly diagnosed adults do too.  But, more often than not, once the "shine" wears off of the new diagnosis, the shine of the new jewelry wears off too and the necklace or bracelet makes its way to the bottom of a drawer. No one wants to think about medical emergencies and it is easy to brush off the