In this comprehensive e-book are listed the complications of diabetes most often notified. As this disease affects all organs of our body, particularly the blood vessels, the emphasis is set on the recognition in time of such complications.
That will help in putting more effort in keeping blood sugar stabilized, thus, preventing such complications onset. Moreover, it will assist in alleviating certain conditions if these complications are set.
In majority of cases, diabetics are prone of two major categories of diabetes: persistent high blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia)
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The most common complications due to hyperglycemia are further grouped into other two subcategories:
Meanwhile, the most common clinic manifestations related to hypoglycemia include diabetic seizures, coma or post-delivery hypoglycemia.
Each of these complications has a particular clinical presentation that requires determination and special attention.
The most important thing to do in cases when such complications are set or prevent is to keep blood sugar stabilized (or at near to normal range). This is achieved by strictly taking your doctor’s prescription medicines, and by strictly following a healthy lifestyle and diet.
With regards to types of diabetes mostly affected, there is not any “privileges”
Diabetic coma & seizures, and hair loss can affect each type of diabetes. Meanwhile, post-delivery hypoglycemia, macrosomia, stillbirth, dead newborn and jaundice problems are particularly associated with gestational diabetes.
Hyperglycaemic hyperosmotic non ketonic syndrome and diabetic hepatosteatosis (fatty liver) have been commonly reported in type 2 diabetics.
It is interesting the fact that in certain complications such as diabetic gastroparesis, hepatosteatosis and sexual disorders, diabetics are advised besides closely monitoring and stabilizing their blood glucose level; they should correct their lifestyle manners. This will indirectly lower further the blood glucose.
The crucial part in managing diabetes is by “LEARNING”