Tag Archives: Diabetes

Never mix Metformin and alcohol

Metformin-and-Alcohol

If you have Type 2 Diabetes, or are at risk of developing that condition, you have probably taken Metformin at some point: it’s a prescription medication that aims to prevent or reduce the effects of Type 2 Diabetes by reducing glucose production by the liver, by increasing insulin sensitivity and by decreasing glucose absorption in the gastrointestinal tract. Many of ... Read More »

Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a temporary condition that occurs during pregnancy. The pregnant women will be said to have gestational diabetes when getting high blood sugar levels during pregnancy, but have never had diabetes before. It is about 4% the gestational diabetes affecting of all pregnancies that make it one of the top health concerns related to pregnancy. You may ask, ... Read More »

Diabetes Diet

Diabetes Diet

Diabetes diet is one of the best ways to control your diabetes. You maybe think that all food you consume is always good for you. You may not realize that our body is going to be having trouble processing the foods we consume, so we also have to control what is going to be good for us. Some people really ... Read More »

Diabetes Symptoms

Diabetes Symptoms

Early diabetes symptoms can be subtle or seemingly harmless. Meanwhile, understanding possible diabetes symptoms can lead to early diagnosis and treatment. Classic diabetes symptoms are include : Excessive thirst and increased urination Fatigue Weight loss Blurred vision Slow-healing sores Tingling hands and feet Swollen gums Excessive thirst and increased urination is the most commonly one of the diabetes symptoms. It ... Read More »

Diabetes Vascular Disease

Diabetes Vascular Disease

Diabetes vascular disease is the vascular disease caused by the blockages in the arteries or the hardening of them due to diabetes. Diabetes and vascular disease are linked in many ways. Diabetes patients’ bodies are not able to produce insulin or to use it in an efficient way and that is the reason why there is too much glucose in ... Read More »

Share