Monday, September 26, 2016

Sleep Issues

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Sleep issues can be serious among Type 1 diabetics. Some people with diabetes might have disrupted sleep is nighttime hypoglycemia. People with type 1, and those with type 2 who are being treated with insulin or sulfonylurea, are at risk. Symptoms include waking up suddenly with a feeling of impending doom, nightmares, night sweats or morning headaches. Sometimes the only symptom is a high fasting blood glucose.

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Following a suitable healthy diet, and taking taking regular exercise can make a huge difference to how your diabetes progresses long-term.   When you have diabetes you are also at an increased risk of developing conditions such as heart disease, and therefore you should try to avoid foods that are high in saturated and trans fat.   Aim to…

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