Cuidados para diabéticos
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Cuidados para diabéticos
If you have diabetes, it's important to be sure that you're getting the diabetes care you need. When it comes to items that can help you manage your diabetes, there are many different products to choose from. Shop for diabetes care items at CVS Pharmacy to find the products and brands you know and trust. Whether it's glucose meter test strips, compression socks, or a blood sugar monitor, it's important to choose diabetes care items that will help you keep your numbers in check.
Suministros para diabéticos
You can find diabetic supplies online, at most drugstores, and from your local pharmacy. Talk to your doctor about which diabetic supplies are right for you. Some items that you might need include nutritional products like sugar-free gum, candy, and health shakes. Compression socks can help improve and support healthy blood circulation. There are many diabetic supplies available that can make eating and doing everyday tasks safer so that your insulin levels remain at a safe level and that your general health and well-being are protected.
Diabetes Testing Supplies
As a diabetic, it's important that you monitor your blood sugar levels carefully. You can find diabetes testing supplies that allow you to test your insulin levels in the comfort of your own home. Look for a lancing device to help make getting blood samples easy and pain-free. The most important of all diabetes testing supplies is your blood sugar monitor. This electronic device makes it easy to test your levels at any time, and modern models also include data storage so you can keep track of your daily numbers and report them to your doctor. Other crucial diabetes testing supplies include glucose test strips and a blood pressure monitor so you can check on those numbers, too.
How to Care for Diabetes
If you're diabetic, there are some things you can do to keep yourself healthy. When you know how to care for diabetes, it's much easier to handle your condition. Start by quitting smoking if you're a smoker, and adapt your diet to include a healthy, balanced nutritional plan. Include fiber supplements or high-fiber foods in your diet to help keep your blood sugar at a healthy level. Get plenty of exercise each day and make sure that you stay as mobile as possible to keep your circulation and heart in healthy shape. Talk to your doctor about how to care for diabetes and ask them about any new medications or treatments. You should also get regular check-ups to ensure that your diabetes is under control.
What is Diabetes?
Diabetes is a health condition that is long-lasting and can affect how your body turns food into energy. Diabetes occurs either when the body fails to make enough insulin or when it does not use the insulin it makes properly. In cases where there is not enough insulin or when the cells no longer respond to insulin, too much blood sugar stays in the bloodstream. This can cause serious health problems like heart disease, vision loss, and kidney disease. There are two types of diabetes, known as type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes is thought to be caused by an autoimmune reaction that stops the body from making insulin. Type 2 diabetes is where the body does not use insulin well and cannot keep blood sugar at normal levels. There is not a cure for diabetes yet, but losing weight, eating healthy, and being active can help manage diabetes.