Diabetes is a serious condition that can lead to serious complications if not managed properly. But many people with type 2 diabetes are often unaware of their illness until abnormal sugar levels are detected in a blood test or until they experience serious complications as the disease progresses.
This video will discuss 5 early symptoms of diabetes that you should pay attention to:
Inflamed or infected gums
Dark patches on your neck
Strange sensations in the feet
Hearing or vision loss
If you experience more than one of these symptoms, it’s important to seek professional medical help to diagnose the cause. In the case of diabetes, the sooner the condition is diagnosed, the better.
This video also discusses the most effective natural and homemade method to manage diabetes and control blood sugar levels: losing weight.
Losing weight helps reduce body fat, improving liver and pancreas function, and increasing insulin sensitivity, making it easier for insulin to do its job.
To successfully lose weight, it’s essential to maintain a balanced diet and engage in regular physical exercise.
However, alongside weight loss, there are also some plants that can be used to enhance the effect of insulin and help control blood sugar levels, especially in people with prediabetes. If you are already taking diabetes medication, it is important to talk to your doctor before using any plants or herbal remedies.
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