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Diabetes and Hyperglycemia. How to Control Hyperglycemia in Diabetes?

Hyperglycemia is a condition when blood glucose levels become dangerously high. It could lead to life-threatening situation that could result in diabetic coma and death. For type 1 diabetes patients having too little insulin in the body leads to too much glucose build-up. Emergency can and would arise if person ignores high blood glucose. DKA occurs when person with type 1 diabetes don’t get enough insulin. It can start with skipping a dose of insulin, or missing a clog in the insulin pump, or the bottle of insulin gone bad. But an undetected high blood glucose level, combined with not testing urine for ketones, can bring about diabetic coma, pneumonia, difficulty breathing, shock, and even death.

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Glucose Control in Diabetes. What Affects Glucose in the Blood? Part 3 – Exercise

Everyone needs to be physically active. It is very simple truth. Human body is a very sophisticated machine which can easily shut down unused parts to preserve resources. If you don’t use your muscles the body loose justification to maintain it and simply disassemble them down to the required level. To have a good overall health we are absolutely must exercise on regular basis, diabetes or no diabetes. Doesn’t matter which type of diabetes person have, exercise have many positive benefits including prevention of heart disease and cancer. Would you like to look at my advertisement section to the right from article? ­čÖé Thank you!

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