Friday, June 10, 2022

Diabetes And The Long Term Dangers :

Diabetes And The Long Term Dangers
Diabetes has hidden dangers that begin before diagnosis and continue to worsen if certain steps are not taken to prevent the complications that are the true, "killers" in terms of diabetes.

Statistics show that there are around 18 million diabetics in America, both Type 1 and Type 2. It is amazing how many people, diabetics included, who have no idea what dangers a diabetic faces over their lifetime. A diabetic, all things being equal, lives almost 10 years less than their non-diabetic counterpart on average.



Why do diabetics life shorter life spans than non-diabetics? The answer is both simple and complicated. Simple in explaining in general terms, complicated in the medical sense. Without traveling the complicated route in this article, I will try to give a simple, straight forward answer to the above question. Diabetics live shorter lives than non-diabetics because of diabetic complications.

πŸ‘‰ What Are Diabetic Complications?
πŸ‘‰ Are Diabetic Complications A Certainty?
πŸ‘‰ The Different Types Of Diabetes.
πŸ‘‰ The Risk Factors Surrounding Diabetes.
πŸ‘‰ What Tests Help Diagnose Diabetes Cases?
πŸ‘‰ Can The Onset Of Diabetes Be Prevented?
πŸ‘‰ What Can The Diabetic Look Forward To?


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