There are many that are still undiagnosed with this disease, either because they don’t know the symptoms or they’re too scared to go to the doctor and find out. Where is the urgency here? Now that you have diabetes, do you know what steps you need to take to keep it under control? What can you eat? Can you exercise? If so, what kind of exercises can you do?
If you’re not sure about how to control this disease, then this report is for you. Diabetes is no joke. If left undetected or not taken care of, it can trigger some serious health issues like high blood pressure, heart disease, glaucoma, blindness, nerve damage, amputation and even death.
Diabetes has become the leading cause of kidney failure, accounting for near half the cases. More and more people are forced to resort to kidney dialysis or wait patiently for a kidney transplant.
There is ongoing research conducted in medical facilities across the United States. The research includes subjects such as the disease itself, eye problems related to diabetes, heart and vascular complications, pregnancy and dental issues. In addition to the Federal Government searching and testing, there are private entities that are doing there share to combat diabetes. The Federal Government has been doing clinical trials with regard to diabetes in the areas of obesity, insulin, diabetes prevention, how to manage and control your diabetes, children with diabetes, kidney disease, people with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, Islet Cell Transplantation, gestational diabetes and much more.
Diabetes just doesn’t affect you physically; it can also affect you financially. Just think if you had been hospitalized for diabetes related complications. The medical bills for this can be staggering, like in the five or six figures - God forbid if you don’t’ have insurance…
If you don’t’ know what to do, this book, How To Control Your Diabetes So You Can Live A Longer Life! can help you control your diabetes and live a healthy and long life. You will to know what to do to prevent blindness and getting on dialysis. You’ll also find out how to keep all your limbs and not face the wrath of amputation. That is what happens when you get lazy and not engage in regular physical activity. Everyone should get some type of exercise.