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Feelings About Diabetes - Anger

Diabetes is a disease that once a person is diagnosed with it, they have it for the rest of their lives. A person can restrict it so that it doesn't interfere with their daily lives, but unfortunately there is no cure. Surprisingly, it is not the strict diet, exercise, or blood testing that is the toughest thing when it comes to diabetes. It is the emotional aspect of it. The roller coaster of emotions can take their toll. A person can go from mad to sad to refusing to believe they even have the disease.

Try to remember the location where the anger took place.

Anger is one of the most difficult emotions for a person to deal with in life in general. It is no different when it comes to diabetes. If a person doesn't learn how to control their anger, it will take over their lives. One way to learn how to deal with anger is to examine it. A person should pay attention the next time they get angry and even take notes. Try to realize what they were doing when they got angry. See if they were with someone when the anger took place.

 

The next time a person gets angry they should figure out if what they're getting angry about a major thing or a minor thing. If it's not a major thing don't bother with it. Don't sweat the small stuff is a good saying. Try to calm down by breathing deeply and counting to ten. Relax and sit down if you are standing up.

 

Try to find something humorous about the angry situation. Easier said than done but worth a try. A person usually can't be happy and angry at the same time. Happiness can help soften the angry feelings. Let the anger help you to focus on what really is important in life and give you the push and drive to defend those important things. Try releasing your anger by diverting it. Instead of expressing your angry feelings, try writing down what you feel. Do a strenuous activity like mowing the lawn or exercising. Go to or rent a movie with a lot of sad moments in it and don't be afraid to cry while watching it.

 

Life can be very hard and very unfair at times. This rings true when dealing with diabetes. Sometimes what is behind the anger concerning diabetes is fear. Nobody wants to be told they have a condition or disease. People can wonder how will this affect my life. They become afraid. Then they become angry. Everybody gets angry. There is a lot in the world to be angry about, but everybody can't go around having angry outbursts. Learning how to deal with our anger can make life more pleasant for those around us and ourselves.

 

Michael Russell

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Feelings About Diabetes - Depression and Denial

 

This is the second installment on the article "Feelings About Diabetes". Even though they can be read separately, it is recommended to read the previous installment first before read this one.

 

Being depressed can come from a physical rather than a psychological source, so it is important to check with a doctor first.

 

People can also tend to feel depressed when learning that they now have diabetes. Anybody can have days when they feel gloomy. A severe depression can be taking place when a person feels bad and miserable for more than fourteen days. Some telltale signs of being depressed is thinking you're too much responsibility to your friends and loved ones or feeling that you are inadequate. A person can feel like harming themselves and that life is not worth living. People that are depressed sometimes come to tears at a drop of a hat.

 

A person may be experiencing depression when they have sleeping problems. Waking up prematurely and once awake it's the worse time of the day because you feel so blue and poorly in the morning more than any other time of the day. When a person does try to sleep, they keep getting up through the night or the opposite, they sleep too much. There's no desire or contentment in things a person once loved to do. A person can't stay put because they are so jumpy and edgy or the opposite, you feel wiped out and have no strength.

 

A change in eating habits can be a telltale sign of depression. For example a person that was usually labeled as having a big appetite now eats like a bird and has lost a lot of weight. The opposite is also a telltale sign of depression e.g. a person that used to have a small appetite now eats like a horse and has gained a lot of weight.

 

A person can have come to a point where they want to deny the disease when they first learn they have it. They needs to find information on how to be and stay in good physical shape and you can't find that out being in a denial state. Someone is probably in a denial state about being a diabetic when they don't take the time to exercise, when they only take part of their medication, when they don't check in with a health professional, when they don't watch what they eat or when they don't take care of injuries properly.

 

A person should fight to restrict it rather than deny having diabetes. Develop a diabetic strategy, with the help of a health professional, on how to keep diabetes under control. Set aims that are reachable as well as good for you and always remember patience is the key. Don't be afraid to ask loved ones and friends to help you out. More times than not, when a family member is diagnosed with a health condition and has to change their eating habits, the whole family's eating habits are changed as well with little or no resistance at all.

 

Michael Russell

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How To Come To Terms With Diabetes

The best way to deal with diabetes is to admit to yourself, more than to anybody else, that you have it. Then a person is in the right position to understand diabetes. A person should arm themselves with as much information about the condition as possible. Research everything possible on this condition. Check if the American Diabetes Association may have a local chapter in your area where they can assist as well as encourage you.

It is important for a person with diabetes to develop new energetic pursuits, pastimes and habits.

Exercise is a healthy habit that should be an important part of a diabetic's life. The main rule is to always consult with a health professional before start any exercise program. After that, find a exercise program that you enjoy and that's about 30 minutes long. Exercise after a meal and for 30 minutes every day is the goal for people with diabetes. Blood pressure being reduced and the body's capability to make insulin are results of exercising, as well as improvement of a person's good cholesterol and decreases in blood glucose levels. A person with diabetes should check their blood before and after exercising.

 

When a person has diabetes, it is imperative that they know that they are in charge when it comes to their own personal health. They must take the reins when it comes to sticking with an exercise program. They must stay on their toes when it comes to checking their glucose levels. They must keep a sharp eye out concerning the foods that they eat. Just as people watch their calorie intake when trying to lose weight, people with diabetes need to watch their carbohydrate intake. Diabetics need to keep within the range of their carbohydrate intake established by their health professional.

 

Doing the right things to take care of diabetes can also help to take care of your heart as well. There is a higher possibility for a person to have a stroke and a heart attack when they are a diabetic. Four to six times more so for women compared to two to three time more so for men. These numbers increase even more when they are smokers as well.

 

When and where you can in your life, get your loved ones and friends involved. Educate them about diabetes. The more they understand this condition, the more they can offer their support. See if your friends mind exercising right along with you. You can join them during their exercise time. Let your spouse or partner and kids be a part of the meal planning. You can also involve your family in the actual cooking of the meals. This can help the person with diabetes not to feel that they are alone in dealing with this condition.

 

An optimistic outlook is so important when dealing these type of chronic conditions. It can help you and those you love deal with the difficulty of diabetes. Your attitude determines your altitude. How you look at life can really help at how long you can live in life. This is even more true when you're a diabetic.

 

Michael Russell

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Eating With Type 2 Diabetes

 

Everyone has heard of diabetes, and most people know what it is, too. Some of you may be aware of the fact that half of all people estimated to have diabetes have not yet been diagnosed, and that those who have been diagnosed number about 150 million worldwide. A phenomenal figure, and one which is set to rise to 300 million by the year 2030. But few people seem to be aware of the importance of distinguishing between the two main types of diabetes, namely type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

 

Diabetes is basically a condition in which you have higher blood glucose levels than normal. These high blood glucose levels are responsible for many of the symptoms and complications of the illness. But the cause of these elevated blood glucose levels in type 2 diabetes is very different to that in type 1 diabetes, and this is why it is so important to differentiate between the two.

Ninety percent of all diabetics have type 2, which is invariably caused by insulin resistance. Type 1 diabetes, on the other hand, is caused by a primary failure of the pancreas to produce insulin. In other words, there is no insulin! This is why people with type 1 diabetes need insulin injections.

 

Type 2 diabetes is caused by the body’s failure to recognise and respond to insulin as it should. So there is plenty of insulin circulating in the body, it just isn’t working. The tissues are ignoring the insulin, which is responsible for getting glucose into the cells of these tissues, and so blood glucose levels rise. Eventually the pancreas may become exhausted, and it may fail to produce any insulin at all, and this is when people with type 2 diabetes need to start using insulin injections.

 

Ultimately, the end point of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes is an elevated blood glucose, which is probably why they have traditionally been treated in similar ways… with the goal being to reduce the high blood glucose levels. With type 1 diabetes, the solution will always be the same. Because there is no insulin being produced by the pancreas, insulin must be given, usually with injections under the skin.

 

Unfortunately, the treatment of type 2 diabetes is a lot more complex. Getting that blood glucose level down is not as simple as it is with type 1 diabetes. This is because, although there is insulin being produced by the pancreas, this insulin is being ignored by the body’s tissues, and so it is unable to get glucose from the bloodstream into the tissues. Stimulating the pancreas to produce more insulin may help for a bit, but is ultimately futile.

 

So the treatment of type 2 diabetes should be aimed at achieving two objectives:

1. increase the tissue’s sensitivity to insulin.
2. avoid increasing blood glucose levels by eating the wrong food types. If you don’t push your blood glucose levels up, your body will have less of a battle trying to keep them down.

 

The first objective is usually accomplished, to a limited extent, by medications such as metformin. Exercise also helps to get glucose into muscle tissue, because contracting muscle does not need insulin to absorb glucose. The second objective, however, can only be accomplished with dietary modification, and this is where problems arise.As soon as a person is diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, they are automatically given a diet sheet outlining the types and proportions of foods that are recommended as being suitable for diabetics.

 

Food pyramids are often used to illustrate these proportions… a large chunk at the base to represent “complex carbohydrates”, such as rice, potatoes and pasta, with smaller proportions of fruit and vegetables, proteins and dairy products, and a tiny fragment on top of the pyramid for oils, fats and sugar. Sounds terribly “balanced”, doesn’t it? Well, it’s not. It is, in fact, the worst way to eat if you have type 2 diabetes.

 

So why is it recommended by most healthcare practitioners? I don’t have the answer to that question, but I suspect that because it seems to be a good diet for people with type 1 diabetes, it has been assumed that it should be suitable for type 2 diabetes too.

Let us examine the reasoning behind the recommendation that a diabetic diet be based on carbohydrates. “Complex carbohydrates” provide energy, and very little else. This energy is rapidly released in the form of glucose, which people with type 2 diabetes can’t use, and which increases blood glucose levels even more. Plus it is a well-known fact that most people with type 2 diabetes are overweight, and really struggle to lose any weight at all. They don’t need “energy”, which will ultimately be converted to excess weight in their bodies. They need proteins and fats and vitamins and fibre and all these important things.

 

But as soon as someone recommends a diet that does not contain all these “complex carbohydrates”, the medical world starts huffing and puffing about ketones and acidosis. What they seem to have forgotten, is that vegetables contain carbohydrates, fruit contains carbohydrates, and dairy products contain carbohydrates too. All these carbohydrates are released slowly, and in manageable amounts, preventing high glucose levels, but also providing enough glucose to prevent ketoacidosis. Whereas the majority of “complex carbohydrates” have a high or medium glycaemic index, most fruit and vegetables have a low glycaemic index, perfect food for someone with type 2 diabetes.

 

Let’s face it, it is time to break away from the traditional diets that are recommended for people with type 2 diabetes, and formulate new diets based on reason, and not just assumption.

 

Dr. Guin Van Niekerk qualified as a medical doctor at the University of Cape Town in 1997. It was while working a few years later as a general practitioner that she developed a strong interest in insulin resistance and its associated conditions. She subsequently ran a small metabolic syndrome clinic for her patients and discovered that the concept of insulin resistance was largely unknown to the public. This led to her decision to write the book, Why Fat Sticks. She resides in Oxfordshire.

 

Why You Need to Know About Diabetes

 

We don't take seriously what we don't know about it. It's true. Ignorance is bliss. Well, unless that ignorance can kill you. Diabetes was the sixth leading cause of death in 2003. Diabetes is only super ceded by heart disease, cancer, stroke, lower respiratory disease, and accidents.

 

Here are the prevalence rates:

Total: 20.8 million children and adults, 7.0% of the population, have diabetes.

Diagnosed: 14.6 million people

Undiagnosed: 6.2 million people

Pre-diabetes: 41 million people (Source: American Diabetes Assocation)

 

That means that diabetes will probably affect you or someone you know and love. That should be enough to get your attention. The problem with diabetes, however, is that it can cause a rash of other complications. Diabetes can cause loss of blood to the vessels that supply nerves. This can lead to nerve death and, consequently, loss of sensation in the hands and feet. Likewise, diabetes can cause damage to the blood vessels in the back of the eye. This in turn can prompt retinal damage and blindness. Diabetes also causes damage to the blood vessels supplying the kidneys. Kidney failure can be the result. And the same can be said of the heart. In other words, you want to control your diabetes.

 

Take hope - you can control this disease. In most cases, diabetes can be controlled very effectively with healthy eating, exercise, and medication. Know your family history and the symptoms. Stop diabetes in its tracks.

Healthy Eating for Diabetes Patients

When faced with the diagnoses of Diabetes, there is much that the healthcare provider can do to help patients today. However, eating right is something the patient can—and must—do for themselves. Food and blood glucose levels walk hand in hand for Diabetes sufferers, making mealtime an effective method to keep the disease at bay. The subsequent article discusses how eating right can lead to better health and solid management of a complicated disease.

 

For many, the do-it-yourself method of food regulation is difficult. Changing eating habits is hard to do. There are new diet trends offered seasonally each year for people continually searching for a way to eat right. One important fact for the diabetic to keep in mind is that healthy eating for them is very nearly on par for healthy eating for everyone else—it’s just that healthy eating is a must rather than an option. Healthy eating is comprised of a wide variety of foods with balanced meals that range with carbohydrates, proteins and fat. All calories must be accounted for, so keeping a food diary is a good way to start your journey into a healthy eating lifestyle.

 

For the diabetes sufferer, meals must be planned to keep blood glucose levels safely under control. Intake must be carefully weighed against insulin doses, medication and exercise to avoid extreme fluctuation of blood glucose levels. Meal planning may seem like a novelty at first, but after a week or two, you can recycle your plans and accomplish your healthy eating lifestyle more rapidly than you may have thought possible. Most healthcare providers will refer diabetes patients to a dietician or nutritionist to discuss a healthy eating plan. Talk about what you like to eat and find out if it can be worked into an eating plan.

 

A dietician will also be able to inform you about calorie counting, counting fat grams, counting carbohydrate grams, counting sodium grams, counting food exchanges, and any of your own individual goals for keeping healthy and maintaining an active lifestyle. Dieticians that have experience working with diabetic patients will provide you with a new way to look at food and eating so that the diabetes can be managed successfully.

 

While preparing your healthy eating plan you should also discuss your activities, your target range for blood glucose levels and how you may be able to prevent other diseases simply by eating healthy. Whether you have gestational, type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you will want to include as wide a variety of foods as possible. Use the standard food pyramid as a good rule of thumb when planning your daily intakes. To keep your body nutritionally happy, protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins and minerals in proper proportion are necessary.

 

Sources of carbohydrates include bread, grains, pasta, fruit, vegetables, legumes, and dairy products. Excellent protein sources are poultry, meats, dairy products, eggs and fish. For fat, look to meat, dairy products, nuts and oils. Most patients, however, need to keep weight under control, so focusing on good carbohydrates and protein becomes increasingly more important fat intake. Your caloric intake must be spent wisely and it’s best to avoid fats from bacon, bacon grease, butter, lard, cream cheese and coconut oil. If you crave sweets, consider using artificial sweeteners instead of sugar to keep your blood glucose levels in check.

 

While a dietician will be able to individualize your healthy eating plan, there are some general tips that all diabetes patients can keep in mind when it comes to eating healthy:

* Use a nonstick vegetable spray for cooking instead of oils.

* To flavor foods without adding additional calories, season your meals with herbs.

* When eating poultry, remember that breast meat is leanest.

* Avoid pastas that contain eggs or fat; select converted, brown or wild types of rice.

* Choose "choice" or "select" cuts of meat which are lower in fat.

* Try to eat fresh or frozen vegetables. If eating canned vegetables, be sure to rinse them to reduce the amount of sodium.

* When it comes to oils, choose olive, canola, soybean, corn, sesame or safflower.

 

While eating healthy and learning the ins and outs of nutrition may seem daunting at first, it will ultimately prove both rewarding and empowering. Controlling your disease by eating right is key to this and may other diseases.

 

This article was written by Jacob Mabille, sponsored by Health Guidance.

Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Stroke Could Happen To You

Did you know that if you have diabetes you have a greater chance of dying from heart disease or stroke and it doesn't make any difference if you are a woman or a man? One reason is high blood levels of sugar make the walls of your blood vessels thicker and cause them to lose their elasticity, which in turn makes it harder for blood to pass through.

 

Ask yourself why you were feeling angry in the first place. The common source of anger is bruised feelings. A person can use the force behind their anger positively instead of negatively. Recognizing and grasping the cause of anger is like recognizing and grasping the cause of diabetes. Once your realize why you're experiencing it, you can develop the proper regimen to deal with it.

 

Type 1 diabetes is know as juvenile-onset diabetes and usually affects children and young adults and is genetically-linked. The following are some conditions that are typically found in people with type 2 diabetes, which is know as adult-onset diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

 

Depression: Depression doubles the risk of a person getting diabetes and after being diagnosed with diabetes a person will go through major lifestyle changes which will cause them to be more depressed. Diet changes and taking medicines are among the things that cause them to be more depressed. Obesity: Obesity is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease and strongly associated with insulin resistance. Loosing weight has been shown to improve heart-health along with diabetes.

 

Inactivity: Lack of exercise is another major risk factor. Along with loosing weight, exercise has helped to reduce blood pressure and the risk of heart attack and stroke. Hypertension: High blood pressure has long been recognized as a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. If you have both high blood and diabetes your risk for heart disease doubles.

 

A symptom of diabetes is the skin of a diabetic person becomes very dry and flaky due to excessive loss of water, leading to dehydration which could result in a coma. Also it takes a long time for sores or cuts to heal. Diabetes is usually accompanied by sudden weight loss. There are many things that could be or may not be a symptom of diabetes. If you think you might have diabetes, go to your doctor right away to find out and it never hurts to have your heart checked out at the same time.

 

About the author – Rita Tate is the webmaster and editor for the website My Pal's Place, http://www.mypalsplace.com/ [Re-print is permitted if a clickable link to http://www.mypalsplace.com/ is included with the article]

 

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