Talk to your Doctor or Health Care Provider if you or any
of your loved ones has symptoms of Diabetes, including;
- Increased hunger
- Having to urinate more often than usual ,especially at
- Unexplained weight loss,
- Sores that are slow to heal
- Sudden vision changes
- Tingling numbness in the hands and feet.
- feeling very tired much of the time
Diabetes is a very common serious disease which should only be diagnosed by your Doctor or Health Care Provider. People with diabetes must take responsibility for their day to day care and keep blood glucose (sugar) level from going too low or too high.
- Take your medicines as directed by your Doctor or Health Care Provider.
- Stick to your diet given to you by a doctor or dietitian.
- Not smoke.
- Check your feet everyday for cuts, blisters, sores, swelling, redness and sore toenails.
- Brush and floss your teeth everyday.
- be physically active.
- Manage your Blood pressure and Cholesterol Level.
- Keep your doctor's appointments.
Are you aware?,Uncontrolled Diabetes can eventually lead to other serious Health Problems, including;
- Kidney Failure
- and Amputations
- People with Diabetes are also more likely to Die from Flu or Pneumonia.
However, by managing your Diabetes properly, you can prevent these complications and improve the quality of your life and extend your years of productivity and vitality.