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|The Bitter Sweet Disease|
|It’s got a lot to do with sugar, but there is nothing sweet about it.
Diabetes is a serious disease that leads to potentially life-threatening complications such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blindness, and amputation. It is a silent, progressive illness that sneaks up on individuals over the years, and is a leading cause of death across the world.
Chances are that someone you know and love is suffering from diabetes.
It’s time to take massive action to combat diabetes. It is our responsibility to take a bold, preventive approach. In recent years, the American Diabetes Association reports that:
What is Diabetes?
There are 2 main types of diabetes.
|The Warning Signs|
|Since the symptoms of diabetes are not obvious, the disease can go unnoticed for many years. The early detection of diabetes and its treatment can decrease the chance of developing the complications of diabetes.
Some symptoms include:
Consult your physician if you suspect signs of diabetes. Prevention is better than cure. We can also help you control blood sugar levels and design a preventive program with a combination of exercise and lifestyle management. Don’t take this lightly – a program like this can literally add several years to your lifespan, particularly if you are likely to, or already have diabetes.
|When Exercise Hits The Sweet Spot….|
|According to Diabetes Australia, “Regular exercise is an important part of your diabetes management. If you are on insulin, it will help your insulin to work more efficiently and assist with your blood glucose control.”
Treatment of Diabetes is a combination of diet and exercise:
Exercise includes being physically active. It includes anything from walking outside, to dancing, to going for a bike ride, or even swimming.
Here are the top 10 benefits of being active:
Always exercise under supervision. Call us today to find out how to lower your diabetes with a proper exercise plan and reduce the risk of complications of diabetes. With the right advice, the battle against diabetes can be less bitter, and more sweet.
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