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Adult Type 2 Diabetes Information
By John Richmond
Adult type 2 diabetes may be a lot more common than you think. There are three different kinds of diabetes. Type 1, type 2, and gestational. Slightly more than 1% of the population has type 2.

Obesity increases the chances for getting type 2 diabetes. Obesity is a common thread in over fifty percent of all those diagnosed with it. Keeping your weight at a healthy level is of extreme importance because being overweight is a high risk factor of type 2 as well as cardiovascular problems.

The treatment of type 2 diabetes varies from person to person. Whether you have other active medical problems, whether you have complications of diabetes, and your age and general health at time of diagnosis are all factors. Your health care provider will set goals for lifestyle changes, blood sugar control, and treatment.

The number of patients suffering from type 2 diabetes symptoms is staggering, and one needs to pay close attention to their diet plan. Blood sugar has to be constantly controlled and so the foods you eat will have to be as well. Planning a healthy type 2 diabetes diet can take time and research. Your healthcare professional will be there to help you with this.

Exercise is of primary importance in the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes. Exercise helps keep blood glucose levels down and has other health benefits, as well. Prevention of the disease will require measures to promote exercise and reduce obesity.

Symptoms of type 2 diabetes can begin so gradually that a person may not know that they have it. Symptoms include: excessive

thirst, frequent urination, weight loss, increased appetite, unexplained fatigue, slow healing cuts, bruises, and wounds, frequent or lingering infections.

Complications: These include but are not limited to: heart disease, blindness, nerve damage, and kidney damage.

With about one out of every ninety people having type 2 diabetes, this disease should be taken seriously. Do your best to eat right and stay active. Get a checkup once a year and don't forget to ask your doctor about any question you may have about this disease.

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John Richmond writes for and has done extensive research on the topic of adult type 2 diabetes. Please visit this informative website for answers to all of your diabetes questions.


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