RSS Feed (xml)

Powered By

Skin Design:
Free Blogger Skins

Powered by Blogger

Sabtu, 03 April 2010

Avoiding Complications of Disease due to Diabetes

After a month ago I wrote about tips on hair care in order to look more beautiful, so now I write about diabetes.

A disease that can carry other diseases if we are not vigilant. Diabetics can experience various complications, ranging cardiovascular diseases such as stroke or attackheart,
kidney failure, impotence, blindness, until the skin infection. World Health Organization (WHO) said cardiovascular disease is the most common complication and cause 50% to 80% of deaths in diabetics (diabetes).

Another common complication of diabetes is neuropathy. Mentioned study, approximately 50% are diabetics experiencing complications. Neuropathy causes loss of sensory capabilities and impotence. Tens of years with diabetes typically experience visual disturbances organs (retinopathy). Based on research, about 2% of diabetics experiencing blindness and 10% experienced severe visual disability in year 15. Similarly, kidney failure, diabetes is one of the main causes of kidney failure.

Other diseases that may arise as they often have diabetes, do not seek treatment and regular blood sugar checks. Excessive sugar levels cause blood sugar to thicken and leak. Also causes thickening of blood flow is reduced, particularly those headed to the skin and nerves. If blood flow was blocked, the supply of nutrients to the parts is also reduced, causing damage and lead to other diseases.

Regular blood sugar control is key to controlling this disease, at least once a month and that too depends on the condition of the patient, if the conditions are good could be more, but can also be done every day if necessary. Noteworthy is that the disease was brought to life, this disease can not be cured but can be controlled. And people with diabetes should be aware that normal sugar levels does not mean diabetes disappeared.

Diabetes is not a major killer diseases in the world, but this disease can be a costly disease because the risk of chronic, severe complications, and requires a lot of facilities to control.

Tidak ada komentar:

Posting Komentar