In the last post about diabesity, we included the fact that the disease is reversible, and we have a few tips that will get you on the right track to reverse it if you have it, and avoid getting it in the future.
Known as the combination of diabetes and obesity, diabesity has become a major threat to global health. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 90 percent of people with obesity will develop type 2 diabetes, which has driven experts and government officials to design diet and exercise programs to fight this epidemic.
One of the most important things in life is getting a good night’s sleep. Not only does solid sleep give you more brainpower, but it gives our bodies what they need to become fat-burning machines and dominate our weight loss woes. If you find yourself waking up in the morning with bloodshot eyes and less than seven hours of sleep under your belt, then you are not alone, as 34.8 percent of American adults suffer with a lack of quality slumber. Here are a few of the reasons why you may not be falling into a deep sleep…
Diabetes can be a demanding condition to deal with. Type two diabetes is a chronic condition that affects the way the body processes blood sugar, also known as glucose. While type one diabetes is often diagnosed at a younger age, type two is usually a result of a person’s lifestyle later in life. The six major risk factors are: family history, poor diet, physical inactivity, older age, excess weight around the waist, and certain ethnicities. Oftentimes, a patient can reverse their diagnosis by altering their eating and exercise habits, but the trick is to know what symptoms to look out for in the first place. Here are six symptoms to be aware of.