Diabetes care

Diabetes happens when your body isn't able to take up sugar (glucose) into its cells and use it for energy. This results in a build up of extra sugar in your bloodstream.
Poorly controlled diabetes can lead to serious consequences, causing damage to a wide range of your body's organs and tissues – including your heart, kidneys, eyes and nerves.


Early sign of both type of diabetes :
Hunger , fatigue , Peeing more often and being thirstier , dry mouth , blurred vision

Symptoms of type 1 :

  • Unplanned wight loss
  • Nausea and vomiting

Symptoms for type 2 :

  • Yeast infection , slow-healing sores and cuts .
  • Pain or numbness on feet or legs . 


If you are prediabetic or have a history and risk factor of diabetes , Use chromium and cinnamon supplement for prophylaxis .Also you can take these supplement if you are on diabetic drug with mild uncontrol .The doctor will prescribe drugs for you according to your diabetic lab test .You may need vitamins for nerves like B-complex and supplements for eyes protection and ointments for ulcers .Consult your doctor for regular follow up .


When diabetic patient start using insulin ?

  • Type 1 diabetic patient start from the beginning using insulin
  • Type 2 diabetes if the patient is not controlled with other diabetic drug or if the patient from the beginning with high HA1C test or with complication or pregnancy women .
  • The doctor will evaluate your case and prescribe the proper treatment .

Not controlled blood sugar can lead to problem for the pregnant and the foetus , keep your blood sugar control to avoid any problem , follow up regularly with your doctor .

For most people with diabetes, the American Diabetes Association recommends a fasting or before-meals blood glucose goal of 3.9–7.2mmol/L. One to two hours after eating reading at or under 10 mmol/L is recommended.

Regular blood sugar monitoring is the most important thing you can do to manage type 1 or type 2 diabetes at home . You’ll be able to see what makes your numbers go up or down, such as eating different foods, taking your medicine, or being physically active , and will help you to know if you have a hypoglycaemic attack when having abnormal symptoms .