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Should We Soak Our Feet If We Have Diabetes?

Should People with Diabetes Soak Their Feet

Soaking our feet can help soothe the pain and relax the feet. Furthermore, a warm salty bath may be ideal for improving the blood circulation. But, what about preventing diabetic foot infections? Unfortunately, soaking feet might cause inflammation and increase the pain in those with diabetic foot problems. Unlike tired feet, these problems are chronic […]

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The Life-Changing Program For 6 People With T1D and T2D

The People Who Reversed Their Diabetes in 30 Days

Diabetes nowadays is among the most widespread diseases. The American Diabetes Association reports that in 2012, around 9.3 percent of the population or approximately 29.1 Americans had diabetes. As a matter of fact, diabetes is at an exponential rate.  The main goal when it comes to diabetes treatment is to minimize the elevation of blood glucose […]

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How to Recognize the 4 Types of Diabetic Neuropathy

How to Recognize the 4 Types of Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is actually nerve damage which is caused by diabetes. In case a person has had diabetes for an extended period of time, mainly if they had difficulties controlling their diabetes, they might get neuropathy symptoms such as numbness, tingling, and burning. As a matter of fact, according to estimations, more than 70 percent […]

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What Can Happen If We Don’t Treat Our Diabetes?

What Can Happen If You Don't Treat Your Diabetes

Nowadays diabetes is on the rise. According to the CDC, i.e. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of people in the U.S. with this chronic disease has actually tripled since 1980. In 2011, there were around 26 million Americans with the condition. However, thanks to modern medicine and science, the discovery of a […]

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How Diabetes Affects the Body

This Is How Diabetes Affects the Body

Usually, when people hear the word diabetes, the first thing that comes to their mind is high blood glucose levels. As a matter of fact, the glucose levels are usually an underestimated component of the health. When these levels are left untreated, for an extended period they might develop into diabetes. What diabetes does is […]

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How to Support a Loved One with Diabetes

How to Support a Loved One with Diabetes

Managing a particular condition, such as diabetes is not easy since it takes constant work and attention. When it comes to diabetes, even the smallest food choice might increase blood glucose levels. It is difficult for those who have diabetes and also for those who are around them such as their family, friends and loved […]

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Platypus Venom – a Possible Source of Treatment for Diabetes?

Platypus Venom - a Possible Source of Treatment for Diabetes

Scientists have found a new possible promising lead for treating diabetes. They obtained the treatment from perhaps the unlikeliest places – in the most unique animals native to Australia. As the research claims, the venom of ‘duck-billed’ platypus could prove helpful. The Platypus and echidna are the only surviving egg-laying mammals. But, what sets them […]

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Can High Blood Glucose Affect Our Sleep?

Can High Blood Glucose Affect Your Sleep

We all know how much we need a good night’s sleep. Unfortunately, falling asleep with type 1 diabetes might be a bit more difficult than usual. These people experience sudden spikes and dips in their blood sugar levels, especially during the night. According to the Sleep Disorder Program at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical […]

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