The Connection Between Diabetes and Hypoglycemia
Often hypoglycemia is often seen as one of the early stages of diabetes. Although hypoglycemia is not diabetes it does require very strict monitoring and attention.
- Some doctors have labelled Hypoglycemia as Pre-diabetes.
If one is to avoid diabetes, one has to be aware of and take action over the early warning signals which hypoglycemia gives off. There is no doubt that the one disease develops into the other. So, be aware of the signals that your body is giving out before something more serious like diabetes strikes.
Early signs of hypoglycemia are:
- a craving for refined cakes and sweets
- excess weight
- lethargy and
- a general lack of exercise
Look no further than the following figures to see that Hypoglycemia is on the rise. In the general population of today 30% are obese in the U.S., with Mexico at 23% and parts of Europe not far behind.
Bear in mind, you don’t have to be obese to contract hypoglycemia. Guesstimates put the overweight figure for the population at 50-60%, so indulging in routine Western lifestyle is an invitation to problems down the road. After 10 years, a lack of even mild exercise and the standard diet of plenty of refined flour in buns, bread, pasta and confectionery, is a recipe for disaster.
- It will lead to hypoglycemia.
Hypoglycemia and Diabetes are on the same scale – both show a problem with blood sugar levels. In the case of hypoglycemia it is too low and with diabetes blood sugar is too high. As the body repeatedly reacts to counter balance low blood sugar, it over-reacts and takes blood sugar levels too high.
How does this occur in your body?
Simply put, with the continual drop in blood sugar through the day because of overindulging in sugar and refined flours your insulin hormones are continually switched on and off. Insulin is a regulator of sugar in the blood. Eventually where insulin doesn’t work correctly Type 2 Diabetes is found.
Type 2 Diabetes sufferers have to prick themselves regularly to establish their blood sugar levels. When their levels are too high, they inject themselves with insulin.
If you don’t want to be prodding and jabbing yourself it’s time to take the warning signs of hypoglycemia seriously. Make the effort to control hypoglycemia, then the dreaded diabetes with the years of agony, inconvenience and worse will be diverted.
Control your Hypoglycemia before it’s too late.
Take action today.
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