Obesity And Diabetes|OMICS International|Journal Of Obesity And Weight Loss Therapy

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Obesity And Diabetes

Being overweight palces extra stress on your body in many ways, along the body’s ability to maintain proper blood glucose levels. Being overweight can cause once body to become resistant to insulin. If someone already has diabetes, then one will need to take even more insulin to get sugar into the cells. If one don’t have diabetes, but obese then chances are very high to develop disease. Obese persons are at high risk for developing Type 2 diabetes (also known as "insulin-resistant" diabetes). Therefore, it becomes very important to maintain a healthy body weight throughout your life in order to protect the body from developing a chronic disease like diabetes. The easiest ways to diagnose developing diabetes is to have either your blood or urine tested for sugar. The results will be higher than normal if one have developed this disease. In addition, one may develop some specific symptoms. These symptoms include increased thirst, unexplained weight loss, excessive hunger, and frequent urination. One also need to consider any factors that would increase your risk, like advanced age, sedentary lifestyle, and high blood pressure.To reduce the chances of developing diabetes one should maintain a healthy weight and should increase physical activity. There are also some special diabetes vitamins formulated for people with diabetes. For diabetic patients even a small weight loss can prevent diabetes, and if someone already have diabetes then weight loss can reduce the amount of medication needed, as well as common complication associated with diabetes such as blindness, stroke and heart attack
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Last date updated on March, 2021