If you have early stage type 2 diabetes, don't get complacent, even if you're feeling fine.
Type 2 diabetes affects many organs and if you don't control it properly, you could face one of this beast's seven ugly heads...
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Long-term complications of diabetes develop gradually but they can become disabling or even life-threateni... ››› more
When you're first diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, you go through a range of emotions. You feel angry, sad, depressed and eventually you come to realise that living with type 2 diabetes isn't necessarily a death sentence.
And, as time goes by, you may even start slacking on your management of diabetes. But there's a real risk of damaging your organs beyond repair if you do this!
Here are the... ››› more
If you're living with type 2 diabetes, you're more likely to feel the effects of end-of-year stress than your colleagues.
And even if you're otherwise controlling your diabetes well, stress can wreck your health and leave your blood sugar levels soaring.
It's all because of what stress does to your body.
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Experts at the Harvard Health School of Public Health say an astonishing nine out of ten diabetes type 2 cases are preventable!
And it's not just eating healthy and getting enough exercise that lowers your risk.
It's what you do with your time that has a greater impact on whether you'll develop the debilitating disease or not.
In fact, even if you eat healthy and exercise but you still... ››› more
Even if you don't drink during the week, but you like to relax and enjoy a couple on the weekend, it could be ruining your health.
And a recent first-of-its-kind study shows a direct link between binge drinking and type 2 diabetes.
Here's what the study found and, more importantly, what your can do to protect your health.
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If your life is hectic and you always feel like you're trying to catch up on sleep, don't be too quick to actually do it.
Sleeping in makes your body processes malfunction and this can cause your blood sugar levels to spike.
Which isn't supposed to happen when you sleep!
In fact, your blood sugar levels should be at their lowest because your body uses all the excess as you sleep.
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If you want to improve your health, you need to sleep.
David Lombrozo found this out the hard way.
He says ever since he was a kid he didn't sleep a lot, but when he started his own business, he slept even less.
And while he was losing out on one thing, he gained another: Weight.
This affected the quality of the little sleep he got because it made him snore and wake himself up.
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Every year, World Diabetes Day takes place on the 14th of November.
But this year is a little different to the previous ones.
This because the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is starting a three year campaign that will run until 2016. It focuses on healthy living and diabetes.
If you think you don't have to take notice right now because you don't have type 2 diabetes, think aga... ››› more
When you think about diabetes, you automatically think about sugar.
So you'd never guess a sweet, juicy fruit could be something that could actually help prevent the disease.
But it could!
It's all because of the vitamin C the fruit contains. And oranges contain the perfect amount of vitamin C your body can use immediately. That makes it a great food for stabilising your blood sugar an... ››› more
Researchers in New York recently discovered that antibiotics can reprogramme your metabolism, making you prone to weight gain and type II diabetes. Here's what you should know…
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