• Do i have diabetes?

    Ok so lately i have been experiencing frequent urination fatigue and thirst often. so is this a good thing or a bad thing??
    Ok so lately i have been experiencing frequent urination fatigue and thirst often. so is this a good thing or a bad thing??
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does coffee can cause diabetes?

    especially those blended coffee....
    especially those blended coffee....
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • What causes high blood sugar?

    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why am I always thirsty?

    This mostly happens before I go to bed, I drink a glass of water and still thirsty? I do drink about 2 liters of water a day, I also once drank like 0,5 liters of water and wad still thirsty, I keep wondering why is this happening and how to prevent unwanted thirst before bed
    This mostly happens before I go to bed, I drink a glass of water and still thirsty? I do drink about 2 liters of water a day, I also once drank like 0,5 liters of water and wad still thirsty, I keep wondering why is this happening and how to prevent unwanted thirst before bed
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • I had a fasting of 82 after fasting for fifteen hours?

    Best answer: Your reading was perfect.

    No reason to suspect diabetes at this time.

    Annual check ups are a great way to stay ahead of any health issues that might concern you.
    Best answer: Your reading was perfect.

    No reason to suspect diabetes at this time.

    Annual check ups are a great way to stay ahead of any health issues that might concern you.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can intermittent fasting reverse the effects of type-2 diabetes?

    Best answer: Once diagnosed with diabetes, you'll always be "diabetic", since the word "cure" is not in the medical profession's vocabulary. However, diabetes can be controlled, and fasting is a very effective way to do it. But it takes more than just fasting. Another important aspect to consider is... show more
    Best answer: Once diagnosed with diabetes, you'll always be "diabetic", since the word "cure" is not in the medical profession's vocabulary. However, diabetes can be controlled, and fasting is a very effective way to do it. But it takes more than just fasting.

    Another important aspect to consider is proper hydration. Blood is 94% water and when you get dehydrated it thickens. Since the role of insulin is to carry glucose into the cells, thicker blood inhibits this process and this plays a part in "insulin resistance". When insulin is unable to carry glucose into the cells, it stores it as fat.

    Insulin is produced whenever you eat something since almost all foods contain some kind of sugar. But the biggest culprit in triggering insulin is carbohydrate intake. This is why diabetics need to watch their carb intake.

    Another player in the diabetes game is salt intake (sea salt, not processed salt). One of salt's many functions is it regulates sugar. When people follow the advice to avoid salt they are causing all kinds of problems. Salt does NOT cause high blood pressure. After oxygen and water, it is the most important nutrient the body needs to live (and stay healthy). There is a reason why a person accumulates too much salt, and "eating too much" isn't it.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • What would elimination of soft drinks and other sugary drinks do to my blood glucose levels?

    Best answer: Elimination of sugars would definitely stop your blood glucose levels from spiking into orbit. Refined sugars are the worst, but even honey and agave and all those other sugars out there are still SUGAR. Sweeteners, not as much. You can research what sweeteners don't cause blood glucose spikes. Google it... show more
    Best answer: Elimination of sugars would definitely stop your blood glucose levels from spiking into orbit. Refined sugars are the worst, but even honey and agave and all those other sugars out there are still SUGAR. Sweeteners, not as much. You can research what sweeteners don't cause blood glucose spikes. Google it

    And eliminating grains (including rice, oats, bread, etc), packaged processed foods would help immensely too. Eating a bagel? You might as well eat 10 cubes of sugar, because that's how much it spikes blood glucose levels. Fruit? Not so good. Fruit juice... worse.

    I am on the ketogenic way of eating. It's a lifestyle for me. And i'm in a couple of support groups for the same. Many of the people in these groups have started taking much lower doses of medication for their diabetes, and some have been completely taken off the medications by their doctors. It works.

    Eating generally spikes our blood glucose a bit, but sticking to whole, healthy and natural foods + healthy fats does not spike it much at all.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • I overdosed on sugar?

    Best answer: Bitter tea, fish oil, cucumber. Insya Allah help. Allahu akbar ! Viva Indonesia !
    Best answer: Bitter tea, fish oil, cucumber. Insya Allah help. Allahu akbar ! Viva Indonesia !
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Prevent blindness? diabetes?

    Best answer: STOP the sugar, it's a sweet tasting slow acting poison, for most, faster for those with diabetes, that slowly clogs up the veins and worse.....if you seek out a Holistic trained
    healthcare professional they can help with your diet .....use YELP to help find a clinic
    nearby....
    Best answer: STOP the sugar, it's a sweet tasting slow acting poison, for most, faster for those with diabetes, that slowly clogs up the veins and worse.....if you seek out a Holistic trained
    healthcare professional they can help with your diet .....use YELP to help find a clinic
    nearby....
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Does my boyfriend have diabetes?

    Best answer: Based on the job description and the symptoms, it is very likely a work related strain to the wrist and hand from doing repetitive motions. Although numbness in hands or feet can happen to diabetics, it is NOT one of the early symptoms. It typically takes YEARS of being a diabetic and issues with control of sugar... show more
    Best answer: Based on the job description and the symptoms, it is very likely a work related strain to the wrist and hand from doing repetitive motions.

    Although numbness in hands or feet can happen to diabetics, it is NOT one of the early symptoms. It typically takes YEARS of being a diabetic and issues with control of sugar levels before the issues with numbness starts to occur. There would certainly be other warning signs and symptoms long before the numbness starts. If sugar levels were high enough to be the cause of the numbness in his hands, then he would also be having issues with frequent urination and fatigue. If he isn't getting up at least twice per night to pee, then he probably doesn't have high enough sugar levels to cause the numbness in the hands.

    He doesn't need a hospital visit. He just might need to see a doctor.

    Another thing that might help is doing hand and wrist stretches before going to work each day. What he is feeling is most likely being caused by swelling, tension, and pinching of the nerves in the wrist. Stretching at least before work might help with some of the issues. Stretching after work might also help. (so twice per day would be even better.) If he happens to also be a gamer, then using game controls is not helping his hand issues either.

    Using an anti-inflammatory medication (like ibuprofen) for a few days may help bring some relief also. It would reduce the swelling in the wrist and hand that is causing the numb feelings.

    It would not hurt him to try the stretches and to use an anti-inflammatory over the counter medication for a few days to see if it helps. If it works - then he don't even really need a doctor. Once the swelling is gone, the stretches each day should be enough to maintain relief without the need of always using medications.

    Here is a link to some hand stretches that might help:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPO-zST-...
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I fake cancer and diabetes I wanna scare my wife for taking away my rights to use the bathroom now I have to poop on the street.?

    Best answer: Easy, find a fake doctor and take her to the appointment with you for your fake diagnoses. And if your wife is a dumb as your question say that YOU are, she will fall for it hook, line and sinker. But I have a feeling that she will just tell you to grow up and keep using the streets. LOL
    Best answer: Easy, find a fake doctor and take her to the appointment with you for your fake diagnoses. And if your wife is a dumb as your question say that YOU are, she will fall for it hook, line and sinker. But I have a feeling that she will just tell you to grow up and keep using the streets. LOL
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I get diabetes if I have low blood pressure?

    Best answer: Although high blood pressure can be associated with diabetes, it is NOT a required symptom. So, YES, you CAN become diabetic even if you have normal or low blood pressure. If someone becomes diabetic BEFORE they have issues with high blood pressure, they MIGHT develop high blood pressure due to having... show more
    Best answer: Although high blood pressure can be associated with diabetes, it is NOT a required symptom.

    So, YES, you CAN become diabetic even if you have normal or low blood pressure.

    If someone becomes diabetic BEFORE they have issues with high blood pressure, they MIGHT develop high blood pressure due to having diabetes.

    Also, it is possible to have high blood pressure and NEVER develop diabetes.

    A glucose reading of 104 that is NOT a fasting reading is PERFECTLY NORMAL. When you don't eat enough food for what you are doing, your liver will release stored glucose which will keep your sugar levels at an acceptable level for your activity level. Random readings in the middle of the day are considered normal if they are between 80 to 120.

    Fasting readings (8 to 10 hours without food) should be below 100. (75 to 99)

    Readings taken TWO HOURS after a meal (or consuming carbs) should be below 140.

    If you are still concerned, a visit to the doctor and a simple A1C test is the most accurate way to determine if you have an issue with your sugar levels.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What Does Pre - Diabetic Mean!? My Sugar is 100 now. Is that normal or Pre Diabetic?

    Last time I went to the doctors it was 140. Now it’s been 2 months since my last appointment and I decided to check my sugar and it was 100. Does this mean I’m still Diabetic or pre Diabetic? Is 100 normal? No rude comments thanks!
    Last time I went to the doctors it was 140. Now it’s been 2 months since my last appointment and I decided to check my sugar and it was 100. Does this mean I’m still Diabetic or pre Diabetic? Is 100 normal? No rude comments thanks!
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can you smoke if you have diabetes?

    Best answer: Smoking is bad for anyone.
    Best answer: Smoking is bad for anyone.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My Blood suger is at 410?

    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it possible to get diabetes-related cancers the same year a person became a diabetic?

    There's a good possibility that I have become a type-II diabetic this year as a result of me abusing my body through drinking big amounts of soft drinks in one go on separate occasions of the days from at least 4 months ago. I noticed myself urinating more frequently and become thirsty more than usual since... show more
    There's a good possibility that I have become a type-II diabetic this year as a result of me abusing my body through drinking big amounts of soft drinks in one go on separate occasions of the days from at least 4 months ago. I noticed myself urinating more frequently and become thirsty more than usual since consuming lots of soft drinks in one go on several occasions. My vision is also likely to change for a while depending on how much soft drinks I had consumed and that muscle cramping is also likely after drinking softdrinks. But is it possible for a diabtese-elated cancer to form in the same year a person became a diabetic? My height is 172 CM and weight is 128KG.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago