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You certainly must have heard of diabetes, right? Maybe a friend, a relative or even someone at home has this disease. Many people don’t know this, but pre-diabetes gives many signals before turning into type 2 diabetes.
Blood tests show when the sugar levels are high, as well as insulin. The pancreas starts producing excessive amounts of insulin to try to control the high blood sugar levels.
Have you taken a good look at your last tests? How are the results?
Some of the causes of pre-diabetes, we can cite weight gain, genetics, sedentary lifestyle and bad eating habits.
When was the last time you had a checkup? Pay attention to those numbers because the sooner you notice something wrong, the sooner you can treat your condition.
In this video, you will learn 5 signals of pre-diabetes that shouldn’t go unnoticed.
Are you paying attention to these signals? Start monitoring yourself to avoid this.
The good news is that it is possible to normalize your glycemia and beat pre-diabetes. All you have to do is follow medical advice, like having a healthy diet, practicing physical activities and having good sleeping habits.
If you have any of these symptoms, visit a doctor and do all the tests to check your health condition.
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