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Deeksha Khare says

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that results in high blood glucose levels. This excess glucose issecreted in the saliva as well. The bacteria thrive on glucose for energy and high levels of glucosein saliva provide an excellent environment for it to flourish. This, in turn, increases the risk of sores and thrush. It also results in a build-up of plaques on teeth that is the root cause of oral disorders.
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that results in high blood glucose levels. This excess glucose issecreted in the saliva as well. The bacteria thrive on glucose for energy and high levels of glucosein saliva provide an excellent environment for it to flourish. This, in turn, increases the risk of sores and thrush. It also results in a build-up of plaques on teeth that is the root cause of oral... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

Improving your A1C reading requires you to maintain consistently healthy blood glucose levels over time.This requires diligence in eating a healthy diet rich in complex carbs and fiber , getting regular exercise, monitoring your blood sugar regularly, and taking any medications as prescribed.
Improving your A1C reading requires you to maintain consistently healthy blood glucose levels over time.This requires diligence in eating a healthy diet rich in complex carbs and fiber , getting regular exercise, monitoring your blood sugar regularly, and taking any medications as prescribed.
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If your diabetes is out of control, then you are going to crave sugar. You body is not able to use the sugar so it just keeps craving more. You may have to talk to you doctor about temporarily putting you on a medication to control your blood glucose… BEFORE you can control your sugar cravings. If you don’t want more meds, then you will need to walk off the blood glucose to get your cravings under control. You might also try fasting until the level comes down. Once the blood glucose comes down then you should be able to stop the cravings.
If your diabetes is out of control, then you are going to crave sugar. You body is not able to use the sugar so it just keeps craving more. You may have to talk to you doctor about temporarily putting you on a medication to control your blood glucoseâ BEFORE you can control your sugar cravings. If you donât want more meds, then you will need to walk off the blood glucose to get your cravings... (Read More)
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Insulin is started in people with type 2 diabetes in the following conditions: Short-term insulin therapy is required in people with type 2 diabetes who have HbA1c of 9% or above and are symptomatic. It is seen that it helps in achieving better sugar control. · Long-term insulin is required when most of the beta cells of the pancreas are destroyed and hence are unable to produce insulin. · During pregnancy · During and after a major surgery · Recurrent and serious infections like pneumonia.
Insulin is started in people with type 2 diabetes in the following conditions: Short-term insulin therapy is required in people with type 2 diabetes who have HbA1c of 9% or above and are symptomatic. It is seen that it helps in achieving better sugar control. · Long-term insulin is required when most of the beta cells of the pancreas are destroyed and hence are unable to produce insulin. ·... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

Diabetes can be controlled at your own level with the help of the three pillars that are exercise, diet and medication. As it can be controlled but not cured completely. Uncontrolled diabetes will lead to the long term complication like kidney diseases, eye problems. If your diabetes is in control you can live your life as happy life. try to take medication on time and the amount of the calorie for a day. Exercise will help in controlling the blood sugar level.
Diabetes can be controlled at your own level with the help of the three pillars that are exercise, diet and medication. As it can be controlled but not cured completely. Uncontrolled diabetes will lead to the long term complication like kidney diseases, eye problems. If your diabetes is in control you can live your life as happy life. try to take medication on time and the amount of the calorie... (Read More)
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