Lifestyle Changes For Diabetes Control
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Lifestyle Changes For Diabetes Control

My name is Tony Richards and when I turned 40 years old I began having unusual health symptoms including a powerful thirst and numbness in my hands. I went to see my doctor and after running tests he determined that I had diabetes. My doctor prescribed medicine for my condition and he also told me to make some lifestyle changes or the diabetes would get worse. I didn't want that to happen so I began researching ways to control diabetes. After implementing these ideas, my condition actually got better and I was able to reduce the amount of medication I was taking. If your doctor has diagnosed you with diabetes, it's very beneficial for you to read my blog so your condition doesn't worsen. I hope that by following this blog, it will help you to control your diabetes too.

Lifestyle Changes For Diabetes Control

  • Heel Spur Surgery: A Guide For Patients

    20 October 2020

    A heel spur is a bony projection that forms off the bottom or base of your heel bone, or calcaneus. Many times, the pain and discomfort of heel spurs can be managed with orthotics, NSAIDs, and a good routine of icing. However, when these treatments render themselves ineffective, your doctor may recommend surgery to remove the heel spurs. Here's a look at what you can expect from that surgery. Where will the surgery be performed?

  • Four Must-Dos For People With Heart Disease

    20 October 2020

    Being diagnosed with heart disease can be scary. But remember — this diagnosis is not a guarantee that you will have a heart attack or a stroke. It simply indicates that you are at risk of these problems. You can and should take steps to protect yourself and keep your heart disease from worsening. Here are four must-do care steps for patients with heart disease. Cut back on saturated fat.

  • What You Need To Know About GERD

    15 September 2020

    One of the most common digestive issues is acid reflux, which can lead to a condition known as gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD. While the condition is very common, it can still cause serious complications. If you suspect you have GERD, you should keep reading. You may be able to treat the condition. These are some of the questions you may have. What Happens When You Have GERD? If you have GERD, the acid in your stomach moves up the esophagus toward your mouth.

  • 3 Conditions A Neurosurgeon Can Diagnose And Treat

    2 July 2020

    A neurosurgeon specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions of the nervous system. These conditions include injuries to or disorders of the brain, spinal column, and peripheral nerves. Here are three such conditions a neurosurgeon can diagnose and treat. 1. Carotid Artery Disease The carotid arteries are blood vessels that deliver blood to the brain and head. When fatty deposits clog these particular blood vessels, it results in carotid artery disease.