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Aphrodisiacs for Diabetics

October 13, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

An aphrodisiac is a substance usually food that increases sexual desire and sometimes also enhances sexual pleasure. Diabetic patients both men and women are prone to suffer sexual dysfunction because sexual stimulation entails the need for properly functioning blood vessels and nerves. This is precisely, why some diabetic men, while having the desire for sex fails to have an erection. The only way to manage an erectile dysfunction for diabetic men is through the use of oral medication.

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Does Squid Cause Hypertension?

September 30, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Squid does not cause hypertension. However, squid is one of the foods described to have high calories, and should be eaten in moderation.

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Bubbling Urine Diabetes

September 25, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Bubbles in one’s urine have many causes and is an early indication of possible diabetes especially for adults who does not normally have urine bubbles. Bubbles in urine can be normal and abnormal depending on the circumstances of a person. For instance, bubbles will normally form in urine because of urine’s mixture with the cleaning chemical agents in the toilet. This can be a deadly symptom of a disease for instance when for instance it is accompanied by frequent urinating which is not normal for a person.

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What is Glucose Psychosis?

September 18, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Psychosis is a psychiatric disorder that pertains to an abnormal mental state of a person characterized by a patient’s loss of contact with reality, during which the patient experiences hallucinations, delusions and imagined things that he thinks are very much real. Glucose psychosis is the type of psychosis that is often associated with diabetes which is primarily attributed to the deficiency of Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD).

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Diabetic Foot Ulcer Care

September 15, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Diabetic people are at risk of developing foot sores, foot ulcers, or open sore wound in the foot which results due to complication of diabetes and can result to the lower leg amputations. Foot ulcers are very common among people with diabetes and is in fact the most common reason why people with diabetes stay in the hospital. Foot ulcers develop because diabetes is a metabolic disorder that obstructs the body’s normal wound healing process. Thus, a small or simple wound in the foot of a diabetic person can gradually worsen, get infected and result to foot ulcer, in which the wound continues to remain fresh and the bacterial infection will start to attack other skin and tissue causing the wound to enlarge.

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Candesartan and Diabetes

August 7, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Candesartan is an angiotensin or hormone that causes narrowing of the blood vessels by contracting of blood vessels that in turn increase in blood pressure and is mainly use for the treatment of hypertension. This hormone initiates the contraction of the peripheral blood vessels and stimulates the creation of aldosterone, a hormone which helps salt and water retention in by the kidneys that also increases the volume of fluid in the blood vessels.

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Diabetology Training Philippines

July 11, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Diabetology is a specialized field of endocrinology that specifically focuses on the diagnosis, treatment management and even research of diabetes mellitus. Because of the continuing growth of diabetic cases around the globe, which is gradually becoming a silent killer, a clinical science was created in order to focus on the disease. It is believed that 100 million people is plagued with this disease and another 100 million more remained undiagnosed.

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Diabetes Sugar Lumps under Skin

July 2, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

The sugar lumps the develop under skin common among diabetic patients is actually termed as lipohypertrophy, a condition characterized by is lump in the skin which is actually a fatty tissue. This fatty lumps usually develops at or around the skin site where insulin is usually injected by the diabetic patient. The diabetes lump is essentially caused by injecting insulin repeatedly into the same area of the skin. The injection of insulin in the same area caused the body to react by accumulating extra fat in the area.

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Saluyot for Diabetes

July 1, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Also known as Jute or Corchorus capsularis, Saluyot is a common leafy vegetable in the Philippines that thrives practically anywhere in the country. This vegetable plant is especially abundant in tropical wet forest regions like the Philippines. Saluyot is like a weed that requires little to no nurturing, and grows in no particular season.

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Diabetes Morning Dizziness

June 3, 2020 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Diabetes is an illness that most people suffer. In this year of advance technology, lifestyle of the individuals differs from back in the days. Diabetes is more rampant compare before these results to different factors that a person may experience or suffer, before a person may have a diabetic in the late stage of his life, but now even an early age may have this illness. It is a genetically disease that only the members of the family may or might have. In today’s generation, even without a family history of diabetes anyone is susceptible in having the illness.

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