Below I go over a few symptoms that can help you recognize diabetes in the early stages...
A thirst that seems to be unquenchable 2.
Reoccurring yeast and vaginal infections 3.
The urge to urinate more often than usual 4.
Had Gestational Diabetes during pregnancy 5.
Always feeling tired and lazy 6.
Drop in weight even though you are eating more 7.
Giving birth to babies weighing in over 9 pounds 8.
Dry and itchy skin 9.
Slow to heal when it comes to cuts, bruises and other sores..
Tingling and numbness in arms and legs Diabetes is happening more in the U.
than any where else.
It is not known why, but diabetes is more common among Hispanic and African-American people, putting them in a higher risk bracket.
Now we are going to go over what causes diabetes...
Like I mentioned earlier, obesity and being overweight is the prime cause of diabetes in America.
Eating all these processed foods and drinking all the sugary drinks out there are causing fats to build up in many parts of the body.
When fats are allowed to build up like this trouble is looming.
Fat build-up serves as a host to many chronic ailments and diseases.
Usually the women in their 40's or older are more prone to diabetes.
Managing Diabetes is very important.
If you are experiencing more than a couple of the symptoms it is advisable to get in touch with your family doctor.
No sense of taking any chances here, be sure.
A good place to start when it comes to managing diabetes is to make out a diet menu plan.
Eating the proper foods and staying away from excessive sugar consumption is key to managing diabetes.
You also have to watch the amount of carbohydrates that you eat each day, these also increase the level of glucose in the blood.
It is critical that women who are at an increased risk because of their weight, age or family history must stay away from consuming saturated fats.
Avoid red meat when at all possible.
Meat is a great way of getting protein, but substitute the meat with beans and you will still be getting all the protein required.
Eat lots of green vegetables and colorful fruits.
It is also advised to drink plenty of water to help flush the system of unwanted materials.
I know you have heard it before but it is worth mentioning again.
Exercise is a key part when it comes to managing diabetes.
Everyone needs to exercise on a daily basis to stay healthy and live a long life.
Aerobic dancing is a great way of getting the exercise you need, walking the dog for half an hour or so, anything that gets you physically active.
So follow the advise above and I'm sure you will be on your way to managing diabetes the right way.