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Finding Out for the First Time that You Are a Diabetic can be quite shocking.  
Especially if you are an active person with a healthy weight.  Or even an athlete who used to run or exercisse every morning.  Eating lots of fruits and veggetables.  Still it happens.   It may be genetic, your parents have it, and you have it as well.  But that is not entirely the truth.  Because today studies show that diabetes did not even existed before 1980 or it was a very rare desease.  It is entirely caused by air and water pollution growing so fast with civilization.  And it is so hard to avoid it rspecially living in large cities. 

Do You Have Diabetes and Not Know It?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1 in 4 people with diabetes doesn’t know he or she has it. For those who have prediabetes, that number soars to 9 out of 10.
“Many people are not aware that they are suffering from diabetes until they have a health crisis
Be sure to test your blood at least once a year to know of that and any other complications.

So what causes blood sugar levels to go so high? 
“Glucose levels begin to rise about 10 minutes after the start of a meal and peak two hours after a meal,” Dr. Kumar says. “The glucose levels [then] return to pre-meal levels within two to three hours.”

How Does the A1C Test Work?

It works by measuring how much glucose (sugar) is clinging to the hemoglobin in your blood cells. Hemoglobin is the part of red blood cells that carries oxygen to other cells. The higher your blood glucose level, the more glucose will be attached to the hemoglobin, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. The result is your A1C, which is reported as a percentage. A normal A1C level is below 5.7 percent.

What Is an Ideal Target Goal for A1C?

Many people with diabetes who are not pregnant will aim for an A1C of 7 or below. 

Your ethnicity might also affect your A1C. “We know AfricanAmericans generally have a higher A1C than other ethnicities, so their [A1C] targets might be slightly different,” says Hafida. A study published in Diabetes Care found that Hispanics, American Indians, and Asians also tend to have higher A1Cs than whites.

4 Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Lower Your A1C:
exercise more - walk every morning
trim your wasteline
being wise about sweets and starches: recommended simply cutting back — rather than eliminating — foods that have the biggest impact on your blood glucose level, including sugary sodas, fruit juice, desserts, and refined carbs, such as white bread and white rice.

Symptoms of high (or uncontrolled) blood sugar:
  • even though you’re eating more, you may be losing weight for no apparent reason, if your blood sugar levels are too high. 
  • Fatigue and extreme tiredness are symptoms of uncontrolled blood sugar that you might not think are being caused by type 2 diabetes
  • You may notice that your vision isn’t as clear as it used to be and that things may appear a bit blurry. High blood sugar levels can lead to swollen lenses in your eye from fluid leaking in, according to the Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston. This changes the shape of the lens, which makes it unable to properly focus, causing blurred vision. You may also find yourself having difficulty driving, struggling at work, and suffering from frequent headaches, Emanuele notes.
  • Cuts, scrapes, bruises, and other wounds heal more slowly because of uncontrolled blood sugar, 
  • Uncontrolled blood sugar can cause nerve damage called diabetic neuropathy. What you may notice is a tingling sensation or even numbness in your hands and feet
  • unusual changes in your skin
 
When Combined With Metformin or Diet and Exercise, Turmeric May Help With Blood Sugar Management
Turmeric and spinach consumption helps to stop tingling in hands and legs

Also curcumin’s effect on diabetes along a diabetes medication that helps lower blood sugar — with turmeric did lower their blood sugar, inflammation, and levels of oxidative stress.

Managing Neuropathy With Diabetes

Nerve damage from diabetes is a common complication. Find out what causes it and what you need to know about preventing or managing neuropathy.  

What Causes Nerve Damage From Diabetes

The cause of diabetic neuropathy may depend on the type of nerves damaged. “Peripheral neuropathy that affects the toes, feet, fingers, and hands may be due to lack of energy. Think of it as an irrigation system: Nerves that run from the spinal cord out to the hands and feet use lots of energy,” Dr. Kanner says. Diabetes may cause nerve cells to run out of energy because diabetes keeps cells from getting energy from glucose in your blood.  

Preventing Nerve Damage From Diabetes

The most important part of preventing neuropathy is tight diabetes control. “There’s good evidence that blood sugar control can prevent or delay nerve damage from diabetes," says Betul Hatipoglu, MD, an endocrinologist at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. "Neuropathy often gets better with improved diabetes management.”

Exercise that doesn’t involve bearing weight is important for people with neuropathy. “This can be done by swimming in a pool or riding a stationary bike. Physical therapy may be helpful for people who have muscle wasting in the feet or hands,” Dr. Hatipoglu says. Eating a healthy diet, controlling your weight, and not smoking are also very important.
Your risk for neuropathy with diabetes increases over time. The best way to prevent nerve damage is to work closely with your doctor to control your blood sugar. If you do develop nerve damage, remember the principles of managing neuropathy — pain medication, safe exercise, healthy weight, and vigilant foot care.

Find a diabetic specialist - the right doctor with lots of experience with other diabetic patients may make a huge difference.  All symptoms are signals of not correct dose of insulin, or too much (too less) of other medicine such as meformin, may mean less pain, lower your confussion, fear and depression of not knowing or understanding what's happening.  

Also Important to Know How Diabetes and Heart Disease Are Related

The connection between diabetes and heart disease starts with high blood sugar levels. Over time, the high glucose in the bloodstream can damage the arteries, causing them to become stiff and hard. Fatty material builds up on the inside of these blood vessels, a condition known as atherosclerosis. This can eventually block blood flow to the heart or brain, leading to heart attack or stroke, which are the main causes of premature death for people with diabetes

BAD HABITS FOR A DIABETIC PERSON:
1. Skipping Meals and Binging at the End of the Day
“In our society, people skip breakfast and are too busy at work to eat lunch,” says Sethu Reddy, MD, chief of the adult diabetes section at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston. “They get home at 6 p.m. and are starving.” What happens next? An all-out feast that can spike blood sugar and also lead to weight gain.
"Instead of a binge at the end of the day, eat three meals throughout it to help keep your blood sugar levels in the normal range and maintain a healthy weight

2. Late-Night Snacking While You’re Watching TV
Eating a heavy snack while watching TV late at night is a double whammy, Reddy says. “You are mindlessly eating, so you may not even realize how many calories you are consuming,” he says. Plus, snacking after your main evening meal, especially on high-carb foods like cookies and chips, can result in high blood sugar levels the next morning.

3. Repeatedly Losing and Gaining Weight on Yo-Yo Diets
This can be especially dangerous for people with diabetes, as it can affect your blood sugar levels,” Bhan explains. Aim for a healthy, well-balanced diet and discuss any weight loss goals with a registered dietitian, who will help you meet your goals without sabotaging your health.

4. Not Getting Enough Aerobic Exercise
“People who have type 2 diabetes should aim for 150 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise per week to reduce insulin resistance (so your insulin works better), improve cardiovascular fitness, and help maintain a normal weight

5.  Sitting Down Too Much During the Day
standing and moving around during the day instead of just parking yourself at your desk or on your couch can make a difference.

6. Letting Yourself Get Too Stressed Out
 stress hormones, which the body releases in response to high tension, can alter blood sugar levels directly. When you're stressed out, you're also less likely to take good care of yourself with healthy lifestyle habits, like eating a nutritious diet and exercising. Instead, some people try to cope by smoking, drinking alcohol, and eating high-fat comfort foods. Find positive ways to manage life’s ups and downs

7.  Drinking and Drinking on an Empty Stomach
Anything beyond moderate consumption of alcohol — up to one drink a day for women and up to two for men — can be risky for anyone, but it’s especially dangerous if you have diabetes

8.  Smoking When You Have Type 2 Diabetes
Smoking is associated with all sorts of health risks, but it can be especially dangerous if you have diabetes. People with diabetes are at increased risk for heart disease already; smoking increases this risk even further

A New Diabetic - what really happenes next

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You Feel Bad and Do Not Know the reason 

Step One.  Time to go to the doctor.  Perform some tests to see what is happening in Your Body.  You feel tired all the time.  Have no energy to get up and do usual things.  You do not feel like going for a walk at all.  Or exercise at all.  Cannot see as well as you used to.  "Getting old" it is your thinking.  "It happens to everybody with passing years".  Yet, there are many people who even in their late years stay energetic, active, and live normal lives.  It is not a miracle.  

Blurry Vision - is one of the first symptoms of getting a high blood sugar
Tiredness
Lock of Energy
Gaining Weight
Constant Thirst 
Craving for food especially sweets
Some people loose body cells and muscles

Main Cause?  An Insulin Rejection making your pancrease to produce more and more insulin but still your muscles are "being eaten" to be used for energy your body needs.

Step Two.  Your Doctor finds out you have high blood sugar (normal is 120)
                Prescribes drugs to help lowering dangerously high blood sugar
Usually, it is metformin (pills) plus insulin injections.  And now the Real Hel Starts!

There are many bad side effects: the worst is constant tingling and even pain in your arms and legs, you almost cannot walk, feel weakness and unability to stand for longer than few minutes, dizzyness, stomach pains, worsening of your vision

You Get Depressed - as a new diabetic you do not know what is really happening
You get Scared and Confused - your life has to change completely
You Gain Weight and Feel Guilty About It, your family may even criticize you
They do not understand that either  How could you change completely in such a short time
That it is the result of taking your medication.  But you still have to take it, otherwise your blood sugar grows so fast that it may cause you ending up in the hospital, in diabetic coma
Can cause hear desease, even cancer, amputations, even early death.

IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE THAT WAY AT ALL!  THERE ARE MILLIONS OF DIABETICS ALREADY AND THE NUMBER IS GROWING.  WITH CIVILIZATION, AIR AND WATER POLLUTION
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