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Individuals living with diabetes know how important it is to control their blood glucose to avoid hypoglycemia, and especially, hyperglycemia. However, over and above this crucial issue, diabetes comes with other small problems that can impact daily activities.
The effects of diabetes on the human body are numerous and complex. High blood glucose (level of sugar in the blood), which is called “hyperglycemia”, has harmful effects on a number of organs and parts of the body, such as the heart, eyes, kidneys, blood vessels and nerves. This manifests itself in various ways, depending what part of the body is affected. Therefore, individuals affected by diabetes must deal with all sorts of small physical reminders related to their disease on a daily basis. In this regard, gingivitis, dry skin and weak bladder are problems that are often associated with diabetes.
Fortunately, there are simple solutions for a large number of these disorders. As a health and medication specialist, your pharmacist can give you information on ways to deal with the daily issues of diabetes. These tips will not always involve taking medications! Here are a few measures that can be implemented if you are living with diabetes and…
… you suffer from gingivitis:
… you have dry skin:
… you suffer from weak bladder:
When you receive a diagnosis for diabetes, it is normal to want to limit its impact on your life. Your pharmacist is always there to help you take control of your diabetes and all of the problems, big or small, that come with it.
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