Women, especially, are more prone to diabetes in mid-life - when they reach menopause.
The increased age, weight gain that normally accompanies menopause and the hormonal changes in the body all seem to compound to increase the risk of diabetes.
And, if your blood sugar gets out of control, you have a higher risk for diabetes complications.
It's important to get your blood sugar levels tested...
Millions of people are pre-diabetic and don't know it. Making the necessary lifestyle adjustments could prevent full-set diabetes
, so if you've gained weight, feel thirsty more than you used to, and urinate more often than before, get tested.
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Studies show that women who are physically active during menopause are better able to keep their weight within normal ranges and have better fat
to lean ratios. They also manage other symptoms of menopause better.
Make time for exercise daily. Weight-bearing exercises are especially helpful in maintaining bone mass as well as with weight control.
Take an omega 3 supplement...
Omega 3 works in a number of ways in the body to reduce cholesterol, blood pressure
and inflammation in the body, and improves insulin sensitivity and helps lower blood sugar levels.
Get your hormone levels tested and rebalanced...
Another way to manage both your menopause and diabetes
symptoms is to replace the hormones your body no longer makes enough of.
But don't risk the potentially deadly side effects of synthetic Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). Speak to a doctor skilled in Integrative Medicine about balancing your hormones as closely as possible to your natural levels and ratio using bio-identical hormone therapy.
Your doctor will run tests and monitor your levels of progesterone, oestrogen, testosterone, insulin, cortisol and IGF1.
This will provide safe relief for your menopause and your diabetes symptoms.