If you've just discovered that you suffer from diabetes, then you probably have many questions and may feel some level of uncertainty. But you are not alone. There are over 23.6 million in the United States suffering from diabetes and about four million in the UK. Many of these people live perfectly healthy lives, but one of the most important things you can do for yourself is learn more about diabetes. This guide will cover some of these basics and a lot more to know and understand about the condition.
An increasing number of people are having higher than normal blood sugar levels, but these are not high enough to be classified as diabetes. This condition is sometimes referred to as prediabetes. If you have higher than normal blood sugar levels, then you increase the risk of suffering full-blown diabetes. It is very important to have any form of diabetes diagnosed as soon as possible before it progresses if left untreated.
For this reason, you need to visit the doctor's office as early as possible if you begin to experience symptoms like feeling thirsty, feeling tired all the time and urinating more than usual.
This book will go over the symptoms, causes, treatment and prevention of diabetes. Let's get started!