The Dangers of Type 2 Diabetes

Dangers of Type 2 Diabetes

More and more people seem to develop type-2 diabetes every single day.


And diabetes should not be taken lightly…

The sad part is that diabetes is still spreading at an alarming rate, although the causes thereof are well-known and can easily be prevented.


Why exactly is diabetes so dangerous?

With constantly high and fluctuating blood sugar levels, diabetes is a danger in itself. But an even bigger reason why diabetes is so dangerous is that it opens the door to countless other serious health problems that affect various body parts.  It is therefore important to know what causes diabetes, how to fight it, and why we should be so careful of it.


What are the health problems caused by diabetes?

There are too many to even mention, so let’s have a look at the most common and most dangerous ones…

  1. Strokes and Heart disease 

Heart disease and strokes are common in diabetes patients, as the blood vessels get damaged due to high blood sugar levels and the blood flow gets hampered.

It is important to keep an eye on other factors like blood pressure and cholesterol as well.

These are serious conditions so it is best to pick them up sooner rather than later.

The diabetes heart attack risk…

  1. Kidney Disease 

Since damaged blood vessels are a common trend among diabetic issues, it is very clear why diabetes and kidney disease are related, since the kidneys are made up mostly out of small blood vessels.

  1. Damage to the Nerves 

Nerve damage is a common sight in diabetic patients. This is usually in the form of things like neuropathy – where the arms, legs, hands, or feet feel tingly, numb, or in pain.

Another one is autonomic neuropathy, which affects things like sex, urination, and other body functions.

  1. Gum Disease and Cavities 

This is often also one of the first signs of diabetes. And this is why it is important to make sure that you know what is going on with your dental hygiene.

  1. Issues with Vision or Sight 

A big problem is diabetic neuropathy, where the blood vessels in the retina get damaged due to high blood sugar levels. Other common eye problems caused by high blood sugar levels during diabetes include glaucoma and cataracts.

  1. Foot Problems 

These are often caused by damage to the nerves as mentioned above, but the feet are very susceptible to blood flow issues that cause numbness as well. In some cases, blood flow can become so poor to the extent where an amputation might be needed. That is why it is so important to inspect the legs and feet regularly in order to spot possible problems as soon as possible.

  1. Skin Conditions 

Diabetes may cause the skin to become itchy, dry, and very easily irritable. This is normally due to poor blood circulation and nerve damage originally caused by uncontrolled blood sugar levels which is the case during diabetes.

  1. Infections 

Due to damage to different parts of the body, diabetes makes a person more likely to develop infections. Make sure that to go for regular checkups in order to identify any such underlying infections.


How can type-2 diabetes be treated?

By following a healthy lifestyle it is indeed possible to treat type-2 diabetes. Some tips for following a healthy lifestyle include:

Eating healthily

This can help us look and feel better and maintain a healthy weight. A good place to start is the Manna Diet which is available in this FREE eBook.

Learn eating habits to fight diabetes… and Foods to avoid with type-2 diabetes…

Exercise Regularly

It is recommended to exercise for at least 30 minutes, 5 days a week when suffering from diabetes. Try to combine both cardio and weight training. If you are not a person who likes to visit a gym; do home exercises, go for a walk or a jog, take up cycling, or just do anything you can to get more active.

Learn to Relax

This is often easier said than done, but practising deep breathing techniques, meditating, finding a hobby that calms you down, or simply taking a walk can be great for your health. If you are stressed out all the time, you can take a natural supplement, like the Manna Calmer (Adult or Extra) to reduce the stress without any side effects.

Get Tested For Prediabetes 

Talk to your doctor about being tested for prediabetes.

Use Manna Blood Sugar Support 

Manna Blood Sugar Support is a 100% organic & natural supplement that works in a unique way, by slowing down the absorption of glucose (AKA the Glycaemic index) from the food you eat by up to 43%.


How does Manna Blood Sugar Support work?

The Manna Blood Sugar Support is a uniquely formulated, natural, and organic supplement that helps to maintain balanced blood sugar levels.

When taken with food, Manna Blood Sugar Support gels with the food in the stomach to reduce the glycaemic index of the food and drink you consume and therefore helps to prevent the blood sugar levels from rising too high.


What are the benefits of Manna Blood Sugar Support?

  • Helps to maintain balanced blood sugar levels.
  • Keeps you more satisfied after a meal, which means that you can go between meals without getting hungry more easily, and can help you to eat less, which can help with natural weight loss.
  • Helps to control cravings.
  • Helps to keep energy levels constant.
  • Balanced blood sugar levels can help to prevent diabetic health complications.


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