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Four smart ways to avoid the dangerous complications of diabetes

by , 10 April 2014

Amputation… Heart disease… Eyesight problems… If you don't get a grip on your elevated blood sugar, the list of dangerous diabetes side effects you open yourself up to are as long as your arm. But you can avoid this - and it's not hard. Today, we reveal four smart tips you can use to avoid the complications of diabetes…


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Use these four tips to avoid common diabetes side effects

#1: Stop smoking
According to the Mayo Clinic, while we all know how bad smoking is for our health, smoking when you have sugar diabetes is much worse. This because statistics from the American Diabetes Association prove that diabetic smokers are three times more likely to die of heart disease than their non-smoking counterparts.

#2: Maintain your vaccines
Elevated blood sugar can weaken your immune system, and that makes you more susceptible to other illnesses.

To make sure you don’t catch your death with cold, get vaccinated regularly. Get vaccinated for flu every winter, hepatitis B, pneumonia and tetanus.

#3: Go for regular eye exams
You also need to pay attention to your eyes. This because retina damage is one of the leading complications of diabetes. So go for a yearly eye exam with an optometrist who knows you have diabetes. Ask him to check for any complications of diabetes – including signs of kidney damage, nerve damage and heart disease – as well as screen for other medical problems. By doing this annually, you’ll know whether or not elevated blood sugar levels are making your side effects worse. 

#4: Do what you can to reduce your stress levels
As we explain here, high levels of stress wreak havoc on your sugar diabetes. And that’s why you need to get your stress levels under control.

Whether you do this by regularly getting out of the city for a relaxing weekend in the bush, go for monthly massages at your favourite spa or work out your frustrations at the gym, lower your stress levels to keep your elevated blood sugar levels in normal range.

Bottom line: Don’t just think that keeping elevated blood sugar levels under control is your only concern when it comes to managing your diabetes. You need to consider the complications diabetes have on your entire health. And then you need to manage this too.

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