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12 Signs We Should Pay Attention to Our Blood Sugar Levels

12 Signs You Should Pay Attention to Your Blood Sugar Levels

Hyperglycemia, i.e., high blood glucose is seen in individuals with uncontrolled diabetes. There are a few factors which can lead to the development of hyperglycemia in people who have diabetes. Those factors are physical activity and food choices, not taking enough or skipping sugar-lowering drugs, non-diabetes drugs, and illness. It is actually very vital to […]

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15 Simple Ways to Prevent Blood Glucose Spikes

15 Simple Ways to Prevent Blood Glucose Spikes

People who have diabetes, are very well aware that they must have control of their blood glucose levels. But do you know how to lower and prevent the blood glucose spikes? Blood glucose spikes happen when the blood glucose suddenly rises and falls after a meal. In the short term, blood glucose spikes can lead […]

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Fish Oil for Nerve Damage – Yes or No?

Can You Treat Nerve Damage with Fish Oil

Diabetic neuropathies are actually a group of nerve disorders which occur due to diabetes. Over time, individuals with this chronic illness can experience nerve damage in their body. Moreover, some individuals have nerve damage, but still, they don’t have any symptoms. Other individuals might have signs such as numbness, pain or tingling in the legs, […]

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