The danger of diabetes and ways to avoid it

Diabetes is a condition where there is too much glucose (a type of sugar) in the blood. Over time, high blood glucose levels can damage organs. Possible complications include massive damage (macrovascular) and small blood vessels (microvascular), Diabetes can lead to complications including large and small blood vessels, which can cause heart attacks, strokes, and trouble with the kidneys, eyes, gums, feet, and nerves. Smoking, poor diet, alcohol and obesity can increase the risk of complications. However, most risk complications associated with diabetes can be reduced.

The Dangers Of Diabetes 
Type 2 diabetes can lead to serious complications, so it is important to understand what can happen and how to recognize the symptoms.

Now, you may be experiencing some of the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, which include:
Frequent urination.
Unusual thirst.
Feeling hunger in the extreme.
Weight loss is not uncommon.
Extreme tiredness in quickly and furiously.
Blurry vision.
When there are bruises or cuts, it would be very long to be eliminated.
Tingling/numbness in the hands and feet.
Skin infections, gum, or bladder.
Suppress your appetite.

Complications Of Diabetes:
- Gum disease and infection.
- Vision problems, including the risk of cataracts, glaucoma, and eye infections; a condition called retinopathy diabetes can cause vision loss or blindness.
- Neuropathy, or nerve damage, which can cause pain or numbness in the hands and feet.
- Circulatory problems which can eventually lead to amputation.
- Heart disease.
- Problems in the kidneys.
- High blood pressure.

Reduce the risk of diabetes complications

- The good news is that the risk of complications that are most related to diabetes can be reduced by keeping blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels in the range are recommended.
- Maintain a healthy weight, eating healthy, reduce your intake of alcohol, and not smoking will help reduce the risk of a more severe.

Effects and long-term complications are most common from diabetes include:
Damage to major blood vessels of the heart, the brain and legs (macrovascular complications).
Damage to small blood vessels, causing problems in the eyes, kidneys, feet, and nerves (microvascular complications).

The effects of this disease are indeed very bad, but if we can avoid those things that are not allowed for diabetic patients, it will reduce the risk of a more severe. In addition, medical checkup regularly to the doctor will help health monitoring yourself.
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