How Diabetes Affects Your Brain
Medical researchers are convinced that diabetes can damage your brain if your blood glucose levels are not controlled adequately. But how or why this happens is not entirely clear.Type 2 Diabetes – Does Air Pollution Increase Heart and Lung Problems in Diabetics?
In March of 2015, the journal Particle and Fibre Toxicity reported on a study of ultrafine particles and the effect on heart function in people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Investigators at Peking University School of Public Health and several other research institutions in Shanghai, China, and New Jersey in the United States, looked at 53 individuals with Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes. The Type 2 diabetics who had been exposed to pollution from automobiles showed different abnormalities in their heart rhythm.Type 2 Diabetes – Risk Factors for Developing Out Of Control Blood Sugar Levels and Diabetes
All adults need to be aware of the risk factors for developing Type 2 diabetes. It doesn’t matter if you think you are currently at risk of developing the condition or not. Sometimes it’s essential to go back to the basics. Many of the risk factors for Type 2 diabetes are widely known due to how common the disease has become in modern times. A brief but comprehensive discussion of these risk factors should provide some valuable insight.Let’s split the risk factors into two groups: uncontrollable and controllable…Type 2 Diabetes – How Should Pregnant Women Take In Iron Each Day?
Anemia is a condition affecting red blood cells. Red blood cells can be too few, too large or small, damaged, or not carry enough iron. Pregnant women can be subject to anemia due to the healthy increase of fluid their body needs at this time. With the rise in fluid associated with pregnancy, red blood cells can become diluted. Prenatal vitamins containing iron are often prescribed to prevent anemia of gestation. It’s interesting to note a high iron intake is associated with the development of Type 2 diabetes.Type 2 Diabetes – Fun Winter Sports To Help With Lower Blood Sugar Levels and Weight Loss
For readers living in the northern hemisphere in colder climates, winter is the time of the year to sit around the fireplace and drink cocoa – just kidding! Time to get out the sleds and skis and have fun while burning off some calories. Physical activity not only helps get rid of fat, but it is a good way to lower insulin resistance, the cause of Type 2 diabetes. And the activity that makes your heart beat faster as well as breathe faster is beneficial for your heart and blood vessels.