Diabetes is a metabolic disease in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the body does not produce enough insulin, or because cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. The high blood sugar produces the classical symptoms of frequent urination, increased thirst and increased hunger.
It’s important to keep your blood sugar controlled, because when too much sugar stays in your blood for a long time, it can damage blood vessels and nerves.
Much of the food we eat is turned into sugar in the blood for our bodies to use for energy. A hormone produced by the pancreas called insulin helps sugar in our blood get into the cells of our bodies. If your body doesn’t make enough insulin or if the insulin doesn’t work the way it should, blood sugar can’t get into your cells and instead stays in your blood, raising your blood sugar level.
Type I diabetes presently requires the person to inject insulin
Management of your type 2 diabetes includes:
1. Using your medicines exactly as your doctor prescribes
2. Making smart food choices
3. Being physically active
All 3 of these steps contribute to blood sugar management and therefore the management of your type 2 diabetes. Managing your type 2 diabetes is a goal whose importance is hard to exaggerate.
Whole body vibration increases circulation and offers physical activity with no stress to the knee and hip joints. It’s fast, fun and easy.
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