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4 Signs That Predict You Catch Diabetes

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If you have any of those signs following, you should ask your doctor for medical tests to know whether you have health issues or not. Also, you need to change your diets and do exercises to prevent diabetes.

The rate of diabetes cases is increasing rapidly and in most cases, people don’t know they have the disease. Having pre-diabetes means that your level of glucose in blood is higher than normal; however, it isn’t as much as one of diabetes. Researches showed that most of people who have pre-diabetes will quickly have the disease developed into diabetes type 2 in 10 years ahead of time except the fact that they have weight loss, change their diets and do exercises.

As the pre-diabetes have gradual developments through years, people often think that the disease doesn’t have obvious symptoms. Nonetheless, according to Beth Reardon, integrative nutritionist of the Duke Integrative Medicine center of the Duke University, you can still recognize reliable signs of the increase in insulin – losing the ability of sensible glucose metabolism – the main factor during pre-diabetes period.

Taking notice of signs will help you to have timely changes before it’s too late.

If you have any of those signs following, you should ask your doctor for medical tests to know whether you have health issues or not.

If you have any of those signs following, you should ask your doctor for medical tests to know whether you have health issues or not.

Feeling tired and fatigued after eating

Do you feel sleepy after meals? This is the normal reaction but, if it happens often, your body can be sending a message to you about your regimens are really able to lead you to the diabetes.

Solution

Delay the glucose metabolism. Choose crude carbohydrates like whole grains, vegetables, fresh fruits (but juice), things that require you longer digestions. This can help stabilize the sugar blood for a longer while.

Have a light walk after eating (about 15 minutes) instead of sitting in front of the TV. The exercises will help your body deal with the glucose absorbed in the more effective way.

Reducing eating but receive no sign of weight loss

Most people who have pre-diabetes are overweight. Only the fact already brings the big risk of diabetes. However, you should be aware of the fact that you find no sign of weight loss after cutting down on the calories absorbed. The stubborn stable weight can be a result of the misunderstood of the body about the fact that cells are receiving energy.

Most people who have pre-diabetes are overweight.

Most people who have pre-diabetes are overweight.

Cells can hungry and hungrier as the energy they need (glucose formed ones) isn’t absorbed at the insulin receiving spots on the surfaces of the cells. To cope with the energy deficiency, the body will store energy as fat. Therefore, the little amount of foods that we eat is stored in order that the body will have more fat.

Solution

To solve the situation, you should change the aim of weight loss. Instead of thinking that “I have to lose 25kg weight now” or “I can’t do that”, choose small targets. Cutting down on 5-7% weight can prevent you from or delay 60% the chance of diabetes. You should also change your lifestyle (mostly the diets) and use drugs along the way to achieve the target.

Weight increases in the middle part of the body

The increases in weight of the waist and abdomen are considered to be more dangerous than those in thighs and buttons. The kind of belly fat relates to the increase of hypertension, cardiovascular, stroke and dangerous contents of cholesterol. To man, the warning number of waist index is over 100cm; over 89cm to women.

Solution

Solutions are diets, weight loss and exercises. It’s not necessary to focus on up and down or abdominal exercises. You should let your body move in 30-60 minutes a day; it could be fast walking.

High blood pressure including weight gains

The high blood pressure relates to many different diseases.

The high blood pressure relates to many different diseases.

The high blood pressure relates to many different diseases. However, the pre-diabetes can be the reason: the weight gain (especially at the middle part of the body), tiredness and other negative elements (the abnormal level of cholesterol, high levels of triglycerides) seem to follow the high blood pressures.

Numbers that need being aware of include a blood pressure measurement of 130/85 ore over; the amount of good HDL cholesterol under 40mg/DI to man and 50mg/DI to women and 150mg/DI of triglycerides.

Solution

Reduce weight gradually by changing diets and increasing exercises.

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