How Diabetics Can See Better Glucose Numbers Than Non-Diabetics!




Type 2 Diabetes – Does Blood Sugar Control Affect Sleep Quality?

Scientists at Yokohama City University Medical Center and several other research centers in Japan noted people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes often have either long or short intervals of sleep, but little was known about the quality of sleep they experienced. In January of 2018, the online journal PLOS ONE reported on the Yokohama study, showing sleep quality was poor in people with Type 2 diabetes who had poor blood sugar control.

Type 2 Diabetes – Is The Zone Diet A Good Choice For Diabetics?

One popular diet you may have heard about is the Zone diet. And you may have read many people have found good results; but is it ideal for those who have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes? Let us take a closer look.

Type 2 Diabetes – Is Hearing Loss More Common in People With Diabetes?

In January of 2018, the journal Acta Otolaryngology reported on a study of hearing in people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Scientists at the Capital Medical University in Beijing, China found having prediabetes or full-blown Type 2 diabetes can raise the risk of hearing problems. They studied 51 people who had diabetes, 55 with prediabetes, and 43 healthy participants. The researchers performed hearing tests on all the participants and used a medical history questionnaire to learn which of the participants suffered ringing in their ears.

Can Chia Seeds Reverse Diabetes?

The health and nutrition industry has been all agog for some years now about chia seeds, one of the so-called super-foods. But can they really reverse type 2 diabetes? Are they as healthy as they are hyped up to be? Do they have any negative side-effects? How should you eat them?

Type 2 Diabetes – Searching For The Cause of Gestational Diabetes

Scientists at St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Ontario Canada have reported on what could be the causes and potential prevention of Gestational diabetes or diabetes of pregnancy. In January of 2018, their work was published in the journal Placenta. The placenta feeds the fetus and partly takes over control of the mother’s blood sugar level. The mother develops slight insulin resistance, and this then causes her blood sugar level to rise to enable the fetus to get sufficient levels of sugar. In Gestational diabetes too much insulin resistance develops, raising blood sugar levels to a high and unhealthy level.

Type 2 Diabetes – Fight Diabetes With Physical Activity

If you have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and you understand your disease, then it almost certainly brings you dread. Perhaps not a debilitating amount, but enough to leave you feeling uneasy. The potential to find yourself in a precarious or dangerous situation may be enough to fill you with fear. But fear can be a great motivator for action. When it comes to Type 2 diabetes, you may need all the motivation you can get. It is not that managing Type 2 diabetes, and high blood sugar readings are inherently challenging; it is more a matter of persistence than pure difficulty. It takes endurance especially of the mind, to win the fight against unstable blood sugar readings and the effects of Type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living – Creating A Weekly Routine

Do you have a routine to take care of your health? This should be an easy question to answer, as either you do or you don’t. Are you trying to implement a routine? Many think it is easier said than done but realistically, it’s not that hard, especially when you choose to think rationally about it. In other words, missing one day of working out when you should have gone to the gym does not mean you have failed. And a routine is not something you do temporarily, as is often the case with weight loss. A 3-month plan can be useful, but it is not ideal. What is perfect are long-term changes – particularly those without a timeline. The best way to make these changes is by creating and adopting a weekly routine.

Type 2 Diabetes – Lowering Your Oxidative Stress Levels

Oxidative stress, or the production of an overload of ions called free radicals, is thought to be closely linked to the development of Type 2 diabetes and at least some of its complications. Scientists at the Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Iran found resveratrol supplements lowered oxidative stress in a small number of people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Their work was reported on in January of 2018 in the medical journal Acta Diabetology.

A 3 Step Method to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in August of 04. What I have learned over the past 13 years is that diabetes type 2 can be reversed. I have seen it happen. If you can get your A1c numbers down below 6.0 to say 5.5, then you no longer have diabetes and as long as, you maintain these blood sugar levels, you will be diabetes free.

Type 2 Diabetes – Are Younger Populations at Risk?

There is a common misconception surrounding Type 2 diabetes. It has to do with the idea it only afflicts older populations. While the average person does not fully understand diabetes, they do know there are two different types, and one is the kind that strikes early in life. Since Type 2 diabetes is commonly associated with middle-aged adults or those in the later stages of life, it creates a grey area between the two types. If someone develops diabetes before the age of forty, especially if they are in their twenties, it can feel confusing. Unfortunately, we are now seeing adult-onset diabetes striking younger and younger populations.

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