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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Complications of diabetes - Syndication Express

Written by Timothy Eller



There are certain factors that affect people to be prone to diabetes
such as age, heredity and ethnicity. But regardless of the risk factors,
the related complications would just be the same. The following are
just some of the complications of diabetes that people who are prone to
it must pay attention to:



1. HEART DISEASE AND STROKE.

Experts say that people who have diabetes have greater risks to having coronary
heart diseases and to stroke compared to those who don't have them. In
fact, these complications are the lead causes of death among diabetics
all over the world. People suffering from diabetes are prone to heart
diseases and stroke because the fatty deposits brought by drastic
changes in the body can block the arteries and leads to heart attack.
Because of lesser amount of insulin in the body compared to regular
people, diabetics have higher incidence of blood clotting and can also
lead to high blood pressure or hypertension.



2. DIABETIC KIDNEY DISEASE.

Among people with diabetes, kidney failure is the most
common complication because the blood-filtering units of the kidneys are
being damaged. Once the kidney has been damaged, important proteins are
being along with urine and eventually, the kidneys won't be able to
remove the waste products present in the blood anymore. The good thing
is, not all diabetics experience End-Stage Kidney Disease (ESRD) which
can be life threatening. To avoid this complication, you must stop
smoking cigarettes and always keep the blood pressure under control at
all times. 



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Complications of diabetes - Syndication Express





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