Complications of diabetes can be classified into two types: acute (sudden) and chronic (long-term). Serious complications of diabetes can occur at any time during the disease. Chronic complications are the cause of most diabetes-related diseases and deaths. Long-term complications usually occur after several years of high blood sugar levels.
Here are some tips to help you avoid all kinds of problems
Keep your blood sugar as normal as possible. Keep your blood pressure below 140/90mmHg. Art – and it is advisable to try to put 130/80 mm Hg. Art of LDL fat (unhealthy) below 100 mg/dL; HDL (healthy) cholesterol if you are male or above 40 mg/dL above 50 mg/dL if you are a woman; triglyceride levels below 150 mg/dL. Good training to take care of your feet. The ophthalmologist should be regularly diagnosed and treated with diabetes before blindness. Consider regular visits to your doctor to evaluate your overall health and complications and see if there are ways to reduce the risk of complications.
Listen to the right music to start the day
Have you ever wondered why it works so well when playing music headphones?
Studies have shown that music can increase a person’s mood, reduce fatigue, increase emotion and provide relaxation. Music can be a powerful force. One of the most powerful effects of music comes from its energy to compensate for the body’s sympathetic nervous system. When we encounter a problem in our environment by implementing this system, physical activity is readable. So start tomorrow with the right music track and we’re sure it will cheer you up
An easy way to increase your mental health
You may have heard of different ways to take care of your body. Did you know you can take care of your thoughts, too? Mental health, as we think and feel, is the world around us.
Here are some of the mental health tips.
- Please, please, yourself
- Keep monitors asleep before going to bed
Find ways to relax
- Take small steps
- Connect with others
- Take a deep breath
Using calcium and vitamin D in your diet
Calcium and vitamin D work together to protect bones. Calcium helps build and maintain bones; Vitamin D helps the body effectively absorb calcium.
Calcium absorption should be taken with vitamin D. Although the main source of vitamin D is sunlight, most of us should work indoors and not have much exposure to sunlight. Some foods also contain significant amounts of vitamin D, orange juice, cheese, egg yolk, yogurt and fatty fish.