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Type 2 Diabetes – High Blood Pressure in the Lungs Linked With Diabetes
Blood leaving the heart via the arteries supplies oxygen to the cells throughout the body and picks up carbon dioxide. It returns from its tour of the body in the veins, from where it goes through the right side of the heart. The right side of the heart pumps blood through to the pulmonary artery to the lungs, where it picks up oxygen and begins its trip again. When blood pressure in the pulmonary artery is too high, it is called pulmonary hypertension. Pulmonary hypertension strains the right side of the heart, which can then lead to heart failure.Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Living – Start Setting Realistic Goals
Whenever you aim to take on a challenge for a result, you are setting a goal. Goals may be ambitious or straightforward: veer off too much in one direction, and you risk wasting your time. Too simple, and you may not care enough about the result, and feel uninspired. Too ambitious, and you risk trying something too challenging, and finding more frustration than inspiration. Aim for a balance. Set realistic goals that are not too easy but are well within your reach. If you are setting health goals, this is particularly important.Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Eating – Should You Eat Pasta?
One question many people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes who are looking to control their blood sugar levels and lose weight, is whether or not they should include pasta in their eating plan on a regular basis. Is pasta a “safe” carb to consume? Your gut instinct may be to say no. So, is this a fact?Type 2 Diabetes – Deficiency of A Brain Protein Linked With Early Brain Malfunction and Dementia
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor also referred to as BDNF, is a protein found in the central nervous system: the brain and spinal cord. It helps in the growth, maturation, and maintenance of nerve cells, and helps individual nerve cells that make up the brain, communicate with each other and is vital for both learning and memory. It is thought to help manage eating, drinking, body weight, Type 2 diabetes, and poor brain function.Type 2 Diabetes – A New Herbal Composition Shows Promise in Controlling Diabetes
According to scientists at Sheba Medical Center in Israel, a new botanical composition shows promise for controlling Type 2 diabetes. Their study, reported on in September of 2018 in the journal Integrative Medical Research, tested an herbal supplement designated at the moment, as SR2004. It includes herbs with Latin names: morus alba, artemisia dracunculus, urtica dioica, cinnamomum zeylanicum, and taraxacum officinale. A total of one hundred and three people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes received SR2004 along with their usual treatment.