Diabetic Heart Diseases and Management
Having diabetes means that person more likely to develop congenital heart disease and have a greater chance of heart attack or a stroke also. People with diabetes are also more likely to have certain conditions, which increase the chances of having heart disease, such as high blood pressure or cholesterol. If a person have diabetes, that person can protect their heart and health by managing blood glucose, also called blood sugar, as well as blood pressure and cholesterol. Over time, the build up sugar damage human nerves, heart, blood vessels and kidneys. The longer time the person having diabetes, the chances of that person to develop heart disease will increase.
Diabetic cardiovascular disease is treated with life-style changes, medical procedures and medicines. The goals of treating diabetic heart disease include: controlling diabetes and any other heart disease risk factors person have, unhealthy blood cholesterol levels and high blood pressure.
- Reducing or relieving heart disease symptoms, such as angina (discomfort or chest pain)
- Preventing or delaying cardiovascular disease complications, like a coronary failure
- Repairing heart and coronary artery damage
- Risks associated with T2D and CVD
- Diabetic cardiomyopathy
- Diabetes, heart disease, and stroke
- Abnormal cholesterol levels
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