Diabetes Complications Articles
Diabetes control is, of course, a mainstay of how we can prevent or perhaps put off getting complications.
Diabetic ketoacidosis, or DKA, occurs when blood glucose stays high for an extended period of time.
New research from Japan has found that people with diabetes are at increased risk of getting Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia.
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, or DPN, is one of the most common complications of diabetes, and also perhaps one of the most frustrating.
It's common for people with type 2 diabetes to also have sleep apnea, a sleep disorder in which people stop breathing many times throughout the night, often for one minute or more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say everyone age six months and older should get an annual flu vaccine. This includes you.
It is especially important for diabetics to have regular eye tests to prevent diabetic retinopathy. Learn more at Diabetic Connect.
The “worst-case-scenario” stories of diabetic neuropathy are terrifying.
Thyroid disease and diabetes are often linked. Learn about how they are related and how to recognize thyroid disorder symptoms.
The mouth is reflective of much more than oral health, it reflects the health of the entire body
Take extra care in choosing footwear that fits well, avoid walking around barefoot, and inspect your feet yourself every day.
Keeping your A1C, blood pressure, and lipid results (cholesterol and triglyceride levels) in a safe range are the most important factors to avoiding neuropathy.
If your feet are tingling, you may have neuropathy. Learn about your next steps here.
If anything were really wrong with my foot, it would hurt … right? WRONG.
Do you really know why foot damage occurs with diabetes?
Diabetes can cause problems, literally head-to-toe. And the damage that can occur to your feet is no joke.