I have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes 6 months back. I heard diabetes is hereditary but my parents and grandparents are not having it. Any thoughts? My doctor advised following healthy diet and exercise. On top this I'm suffering from severe teeth pain and one of my friends (dental student) says it's the symptom of damaged nerve. She says I need to undergo root canal treatment asap. So I have scheduled an appointment with a dentist in Aurora to discuss in details regarding the procedure and after care. I know the healing time of diabetes patient is more than non-diabetic. Why is it so?
Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes - What to do?
Posted 14 October 2017 - 06:59 PM
Indians develop diabetes at a very young age, at least 10 to 15 years earlier than the western population. Obesity is one of the major risk factors for diabetes, however, despite having lower overweight and obesity rates, India has a higher prevalence of diabetes compared to western countries. This suggests that diabetes may occur at a much lower body mass index (BMI) in Indians compared with Europeans. Therefore, relatively lean Indian adults with a lower BMI may be at equal risk as those who are obese. Indians also happen to be genetically predisposed to the development of coronary artery disease due to dyslipidemia and low levels of high-density lipoproteins (HDL). Indians therefore are more prone to development of the complications of diabetes at an early age (20-40 years) compared with Caucasians (>50 years). These findings highlight the need for careful screening and monitoring for diabetes regardless of age. Continue reading at http://www.connected...u-need-to-know/
Posted 25 February 2019 - 06:29 PM
In case you are still suffering with these issues.. you need to focus on optimal nutrition to avoid other health issues. Just food in these days typically can't suffice and practical these days.. you should take help of organic nutritional supplements for sure.
Diabetes is just a condition inviting all other major diseases.
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