This video is part of “Question and Answer Fridays” where Dr. Sarah answers questions she receives on her Facebook page.
Type 2 Diabetes – Using SMART Goals To Treat Your Blood Sugar and Weight Loss Goals
There is a notion of setting goals being easier said than done. Depending on your objective, this is overwhelmingly true. Talking about your goals and planning their execution is infinitely easier than actually working towards getting them done. Achieving goals, especially those in the context of health, are certainly doable tasks. Sometimes you just need to apply the SMART principle to help you along your way. Let us use SMART goals to help you lower your blood sugar levels and treat your Type 2 diabetes.Type 2 Diabetes – The Best And Worst Times To Eat Carbohydrates
No single food or dietary supplement will alone prevent Type 2 diabetes. However, the right overall balance of foods in your eating plan and the overall amount of food can offer substantial protection. The type and amount of carbohydrates and fats eaten, are critical in determining the risks associated with blood sugar levels as these make up the majority of most people’s food. As someone who is watching their blood sugar levels, chances are you are very careful about food timing. You are timing your eating times to coincide with when your body needs the nutrients the most. As such, you may have your menu carefully planned out during the day. But, at what point are you eating your carbohydrates?Type 2 Diabetes – Should All Diabetics Be Tested for Depression?
It has been found depression is twice as common in people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, and the depression is often more severe and lasts longer than in people without diabetes. When diagnosed, though, depression can be treated effectively. Should diabetics without a diagnosis of depression ask for testing?Type 2 Diabetes – The Modern Epidemic
Most people are no stranger to the disease known as Type 2 diabetes. It is no secret this disease is quickly becoming the biggest epidemic of our time. The number of individuals diagnosed with this form of diabetes worldwide is likely to double over the next twenty years. There are several types of diabetes, but Type 2 diabetes is the most common form and makes up about 95 percent of all cases.Type 2 Diabetes – Taking Care of Your Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is both a complex and fascinating disease. It can seem harmless on the surface but in reality, it is a lethal disease in many respects. Given time, complications unfold when blood sugar levels are not lowered to a healthy level. Severe nerve damage, for instance, may lead to leg ulcers and infections in the extremities, which may make an amputation necessary. A kidney transplant may be required when renal failure results from nephropathy. And we have not even mentioned the lethal complications of high blood sugar levels and Type 2 diabetes: a fatal heart attack or stroke.