People with diabetes are more likely to also have high blood pressure or hypertension. High blood pressure can increase the risk of diabetes complications such as diabetic eye and kidney problems. Managing blood pressure will be a part of a person's overall diabetes. Some patients deteriorated into kidney disease. If you have any question please ask our ONLINE DOCTOR. We will give professional guidance as soon as possible.
Around 6% of people in the UK have diabetes, with type 2 diabetes being the most common. Many more people may have diabetes but may not know it yet. Diabetes affects the body's ability to use blood sugar for energy. The main types include type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and gestational diabetes in pregnancy. Diabetes symptoms may include increased thirst and urination, blurred vision and fatigue.
Good management of diabetes and blood glucose levels can help prevent complications of diabetes, such as heart disease and stroke.
Complications of diabetes include:
At every visit, your doctor or nurse will check your blood pressure. Your blood cholesterol level and triglycerides should be checked at your first visit and then at least annually - and more often until target levels are achieved. A baseline ECG should also be obtained as part of a complete medical record.
Stroke: knowing the warning signs and risks of stroke can help prevent this serious problem from resulting in problems for you.
Medicine Osmotherapy and immunotherapy is an alternative treatment option for people on dialysis. This therapy can activate the self-healing ability of the body and stimulate the self-repairing of the impaired renal functional cells. Meanwhile, micro-Chinese medicine can provide some essential nutrients for the repairing of cells. Thereby, it can bring an improvement in renal function.
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