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

  • The Pros And Cons Of Using A Compounding Pharmacy

    30 August 2015

    A compounding pharmacy is a pharmacy where medications are individually mixed, which is an alternative to using those that are mass-produced by pharmaceutical companies. There can be a number of benefits to using this type of service, but also a few things that need to be taken into consideration before doing so. Can Provide Discontinued Medications Sometimes a company stops making a certain medication because it doesn't give them enough profit.

  • 4 Things You Need To Know About Hemorrhagic Strokes

    13 August 2015

    You probably already know that strokes occur when clots in the blood vessels in your brain prevent your brain from receiving adequate blood flow, but you may not know that clots aren't the only cause of strokes. Strokes can have many other causes, including ruptured blood vessels in the brain. When ruptured blood vessels lead to a stroke, the resulting event is known as a hemorrhagic stroke. Here are four things you need to know about this condition.

  • Tactical Nutritional Warfare Against Kidney Stones

    13 August 2015

    Kidney stones develop when there is too much oxalate, calcium or phosphorus in the urine. Certain foods, your genetics, your body weight, environment and not drinking enough fluids can increase your risk of developing kidney stones. Kidney stones are painful and can lead to several serious medical conditions, including permanent kidney damage and obstruction of your urinary tract. Learning what to eat and what to avoid can help you prevent or decrease the occurrence of kidney stones.

  • Acupuncture Pain Relief For At-Home, Natural Births

    13 August 2015

    If you're planning on a home birth or are looking for ways to make your child's birth more natural for the both of you, acupuncture may be a great option. Acupuncture can help to reduce your pain during labor, making you less likely to need heavy-duty pain relievers. You may also be surprised to know that acupuncture needles don't need to be anywhere near your belly in order for you to benefit from the treatment.

  • Giving Birth With A Physical Disability: 3 Things You Need To Know

    6 August 2015

    Many women look forward to the birth of their first child, but the labor and delivery process can be intimidating for women who have a physical disability. If you have a disability that limits your mobility, it's important to start thinking about the birthing process early in your pregnancy. Here are three things you should research before you give birth to your first child when you have a physical disability.