Diabetes Implications on Sexual Life

by on February 5, 2015

Adults, whether they are middle aged or quite old, will certainly continue to have an interest in sexual activities. However, if they are diagnosed with diabetes then one of the diabetic implications is that their ability to have sex will become impaired. In fact, diabetes can cause erectile dysfunction. According to studies on diabetics, men […]

What Actually is Diabetes?

by on February 17, 2015

Diabetes is a disease in which the body is unable to use and store glucose properly, leading to its retention in blood in amounts above normal. This circumstance changes, taken together, the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Type 1 diabetes mellitus is a disease which is usually in people under 30 years, although it […]

Perceptive The History of Diabetes

by on February 3, 2015

The history of diabetes has a protracted approach. The initial evidence of diabetes is said to have begin in the 3rd empire of the Egyptians. In the previous 1st century A.D., the doctor Hesy-Ra previously stated about recurring urination as a sign of this illness. Arateus, as well a doctor had illustrated the infection as […]

The Role Of Exercise In Controlling Diabetes

by on February 2, 2015

A regular exercise program or any sort of physical activity carried out on a daily basis will be helpful in lowering blood sugar levels. Exercise also increases our energy levels, improves the heart and promotes an emotional well being. Exercise programs ranging in duration from thirty minutes to one hour a day are recommended. Such […]

Will Gestational Diabetes Affect the Baby?

by on February 1, 2015

There are certain gestational diabetes complications that every pregnant mother should be aware of, however, those complications generally can be managed and prevented. The most important key to prevent it is by closely monitoring the blood sugar levels from the beginning after the gestational diabetes is diagnosed. Different to the type I diabetes, generally this […]

Gestational Diabetes an Overview

by on January 31, 2015

Gestational diabetes is a term to describe a condition where someone gets diabetes while there is no diabetes found before. This condition only occurs on pregnant women and until now there is no real cause known for this disease. However, lately some researches done on medical field shows some evidences to what are the causes […]

Diabetes Types

by on January 30, 2015

Basically, there are three main types of diabetes. They are Type 1 diabetes (juvenile diabetes), Type 2 diabetes (adult diabetes) and gestational diabetes. Diabetes occurs due to different reasons and each kind of diabetes has to be treated differently. Type 1 diabetes – This is otherwise known as juvenile diabetes and normally occurs in very […]

Preventing Diabetes

by on January 29, 2015

Diabetes is a disease that has wrecked the lives of many people and has also cause early deaths in many cases. Apart from gestational diabetes, there are two other types of diabetes. People who are having Type 1 diabetes or juvenile diabetes have contracted a disease, which cannot be normally prevented. But the latest research […]

Diabetes Blood Sugar Levels

by on January 28, 2015

Diabetes mellitus is truly a severe disease that if not properly treated earlier it can bring other diabetes complications that can really affect the patients overall condition. Talking about diabetes we will have to talk about blood glucose levels. With that reason in mind, let’s discuss about diabetes blood sugar levels and what steps we […]