Diabetes risk factor ~

  • Advise to check feet regularly for blisters, sores, redness, swelling or cuts, an indication to diabetes risk
  • Blood pressure over 140/90 millimetres of mercury (mm Hg) is linked to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
  • Blurred vision means something is amiss associated with diabetes
  • Cholesterol abnormal increases diabetes risk
  • Clean the wound properly, use antibiotic cream and sterile bandage.
  • Inactive person more prone to diabetes risk. Physical activity assist to control weight uses up glucose as energy and makes cells more sensitive to insulin.
  • Increases risk of infection with slow healing, so it is better to take care quickly even when simple cuts and scrapes appears
  • Skin moisture to prevent cracks for further complications
  • Tissues fatty, more resistant your cells become to insulin; so weight to maintain is good option.
  • Skin dryness or itchy, frequent infections or cuts and bruises that takes long to heal are signs to diabetes
  • Triglyceride elevated levels increases risk of diabetes
  • Women having polycystic ovary syndrome increases risk of diabetes.

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