November is month to remember diabetes which affects more than 50 million people around the world. It’s is a hormonal imbalance cause by inability of body to dispose sugar and carbohydrates due to hormone insulin, secreted by pancreas which maybe deficient due to resistance. Obesity cause by sedentary lifestyle lack of exercise and unhealthy eating … Continued
I have discussed in previous articles how impaired glucose metabolism, known as insulin resistance (IR), can seriously affect your health. The signs of insulin resistance usually present gradually and are often difficult to recognize or at least, difficult to specifically attribute to insulin resistance. They could include abdominal weight gain, fatigue, depressed mood and foggy … Continued
Diabetes is a disease that can lead to a variety of health problems and is a growing health concern around the world. Every day, 4100 people are diagnosed with diabetes, and it is projected that 44 million people have diabetes by the year 2034, nearly doubling the current prevalence of the disease. There is also … Continued
November is American Diabetes Month and a good time for a few thoughts about diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that affects almost every system in your body. It leads to cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, stroke, and early dementia. Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in the United States and this is going to … Continued
November is marked as American Diabetes Month – a national campaign organized by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) aimed at increasing public awareness about diabetes prevention and control. Since 1987, death rates have increased by nearly 50 percent and researchers estimate that if current trends continue, one out of every three children born today will face diabetes in their future. BodyLogicMD bioidentical hormones expert and board certified endocrinologist, Lisa Gorn, D.O. claims the best defense against diabetes is a well-balanced lifestyle.
Recent studies have revealed a startling correlation between sleep apnea and diabetes. Did you know that one-third of all Americans with diabetes and 80% of all men suffering from moderate to severe sleep apnea haven’t even been diagnosed yet? What’s even more alarming is that scientists have said that sleep apnea and diabetes go hand in hand.