Healthy Life Tips » Diabetes Achieve Perfect Health for Your Life Sun, 15 Jul 2012 13:48:03 +0000 en hourly 1 Learning How to Become a Professional Beautician /learning-how-to-become-a-professional-beautician.html /learning-how-to-become-a-professional-beautician.html#comments Thu, 28 Jun 2012 04:34:38 +0000 qhiqy /?p=1967 Becoming the professional beautician is not a hard thing to do for now. There are so many chances of getting the course in finding the title of professional beautician. The option of education to become the excellent beautician can be found easily for now. It will be found some great institution which provides the chance for the students in learning about many aspects to become the excellent beautician.

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Recognize Diabetes in Children /recognize-diabetes-in-children.html /recognize-diabetes-in-children.html#comments Tue, 08 Nov 2011 14:19:53 +0000 qhiqy /?p=1306
Initiative of the International Diabetes Federation and WHO, is celebrated every November 14 as World Diabetes Day. It marks the birthday of Dr. Frederick Banting who discovered insulin plays: Hormonal treatment of diabetes, which saved many lives.Then you know diabetes in children?
World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, more than 220 million people worldwide have diabetes. The amount may not exceed two times in 2030 without the cooperation. Nearly 80 percent of deaths occurred in patients with diabetic lower middle income countries.
Amid these conditions, the attention of many parties are still largely focused on adult diabetics. In fact, children with diabetes require no less attention and help.
World Diabetes Foundation recommends diabetes suspect that if a child with typical clinical signs, namely 3P and blood sugar levels (GD) high, above 200 mg / dl. GD is high so that the sugar molecules in the urine, which normally contains no sugar, hence formerly called diabetes.
Symptoms of 3P is polifagi (often eating because repeated hunger), polidipsi (often drink because of thirst, repeated), and polyuria (frequent urination, including at night incontinence in children who usually have no incontinence or recurrent urinary leave during the hours of classroom sessions).
Diabetes in children is also called Type 1, the pancreas is damaged and no longer able to produce sufficient amounts of insulin leading to absolute insulin deficiency to produce. In contrast, it is usually type 2 diabetes in adults, ie there is damage to body cells, despite adequate insulin is actually available, that the relative insulin deficiency.
Type 1 diabetes in children is often preceded by symptoms of recurrent abdominal pain and a history of viral infections, such as parotitis (or gondhongen), chickenpox (cangkrangen), acute diarrhea and flu singapore (HMFD), the spread of the virus followed up damage to the pancreas.
Diabetes complications cause acute (short term) and chronic (long term). Acute complications that can lead to the death of the patient’s hyperglycemia (high GD), as untreated diabetes and hypoglycemia (low GD) caused by excessive handling.
Chronic complications are the main blood vessel abnormalities in the heart and brains of small blood vessels in the eye, kidney, and nerve fibers. Hyperglycaemia can lead to a child is always hungry, frequent urination, dehydration, weakness, seizures, decreased consciousness and died suddenly. Hypoglycemia often makes the child’s emotional, irritable, tired, cold sweats, fainting, and permanent damage to cells that interfere with organ function and process of child development.
Coronary heart disease, kidney failure, blindness, deafness, or death in young adulthood is a chronic complication of diabetes that usually occurs after the child is a teenager.
Complications of acute hyperglycemia is now the entrance to distrust of the doctor of diabetes in children. The existence of shock, dehydration, seizures, coma, and sudden death was probably caused by common diseases such as dengue fever, acute diarrhea, pneumonia, infection of the brains, appendicitis, or other diseases more often.
If not suspect diabetes and GD is not checked, will almost certainly die of pediatric medical errors Board with the final diagnosis is not right.
Type 1 diabetes in children treated with insulin injections, as opposed to adults who need more oral anti-diabetic drug (OAD) swallowed. Insulin is given to acute complications to overcome premature death to avoid the risk of chronic complications reduce, and daily activities with colleagues, including optimal growth.
Children with diabetes must be given insulin injections for life, despite ill health, travel, or reside outside the home, in other activities.
Institutions eating and exercise are equally important. However, children do not need to diet or reducing the size of the meal as adult patients, except when the child is overweight (obese).
All children, despite suffering from diabetes, have enough food to support growth. Sports and all forms of the game, including those of effort with colleagues, it must also be done and should not be restricted.
Sport and play together is an activity that should be planned so well that the dose of insulin can be adjusted with high and low GD, due to increased muscle work in sport and play.
World Diabetes Day on November 14 was a reminder of the presence of diabetes in children to be wary. Insulin injection as soon as possible, every day, and a lifetime is an important pillar in the treatment of diabetes in children.
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Top 5 Ways to Avoid Diabetes /top-5-ways-to-avoid-diabetes.html /top-5-ways-to-avoid-diabetes.html#comments Wed, 14 Sep 2011 15:34:27 +0000 qhiqy /?p=935

Diabetes is a disease that attacks silently, but the result can be a disaster. It is therefore important for us to test their blood sugar increase distrust.
Although so far no drug that can cure diabetes, but in fact the disease can be prevented. Health experts have found several risk factors that could cause a person suffering from a disease affecting 8.6 million people in Indonesia.
In the latest study and more, experts have managed to formulate the five stages of diabetes prevention. Make one of the following healthy habits known to reduce the risk of developing diabetes. If you are motivated to do three or four steps your lifestyle, even the risk is reduced by 80 percent.
1. Maintain an ideal body weight 
Overweight is a major risk factor for adult diabetes. It is important for anyone, but to be great for you who have a history of diabetes in the family.
“Having a normal weight by itself reduce the risk of developing diabetes by 60 to 70 percent,” Jarad said Reis, a researcher from the Division of Cardiovascular Sciences at the US National heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
2. No smoking in a study of 200 000 people aged 50-71 years who are healthy, nothing is ever known to be smoking or at least not to smoke in the last 10 years.
3. Physically active 
The regular aerobic exercise not only helps you control your weight, but also make body cells more willing to accept insulin. Advised to exercise at least 5 times a week.
4. Eat properly 
This means that you must eat foods that are low in saturated fat and high in fiber. Similarly, foods containing sugar and salt. If you already have diabetes, sugar in a small amount can explode blood glucose levels.
5. Avoid alcohol 
Diabetes mellitus not only the risk of other chronic diseases will also be reduced if you avoid drinking alcohol.

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366 Million People Suffering from Diabetes /366-million-people-suffering-from-diabetes.html /366-million-people-suffering-from-diabetes.html#comments Wed, 14 Sep 2011 15:28:40 +0000 qhiqy /?p=933
The epidemic of diabetes around the world continue to deteriorate, currently estimated 366 million people suffer from this disease.Mortality from diabetes is 4.6 million per year costs and health to be incurred to reach 465 billion dollars annually.

Number of people with diabetes was made based on international data, diabetes type 1 and 2 at a time.

Current status of diabetes was presented by the International Diabetes Federation, on Tuesday (13 / 9), the meeting of the European Association in Lisbon, Portugal. Next week will also be made at the UN Summit for noncommunicable diseases. The purpose of the meeting was to create a global fight against diabetes and cancer, heart disease and chronic respiratory diseases.

The agency had only twice for health issues related to the Summit.The first was in 2001 that aimed to address the HIV / AIDS.

“Statistics show the number of diabetic patients is clear that diabetes is a huge challenge that can not be ignored. In the year 2011, every one seconds a person dies from diabetes, “said Jean-Claude Mbanya, President of the International Diabetes Federation.

He added that the timing of hunting of the world against the clock to stop the epidemic of diabetes. ”We expect action from a highest peak within the United Nations,” he said.

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3P Recognize Symptoms of Diabetes /3p-recognize-symptoms-of-diabetes-2.html /3p-recognize-symptoms-of-diabetes-2.html#comments Wed, 07 Sep 2011 02:20:40 +0000 qhiqy /?p=896
Diabetes mellitus has become a rapidly growing pandemic. The disease is estimated that four million deaths per year, causing almost on par with the death of HIV / AIDS. Data for 2000 show that diabetes mellitus affects 8.4 million people and will increase to 21.3 million in 2030.

Most diabetics (diabetes) diagnosed at advanced stages. In fact, according to Dr. Budiman Darmowidjojo, SPPD, the situation has further complications in the kidneys, eyes, blood vessels or nerves.”The danger of this disease is not only a high blood sugar, but its complications,” he said.

If diabetes can be diagnosed, would be the chance to control blood sugar better, so that complications can be avoided. The detection of diabetes, a major, indeed the results of blood sugar. The blood sugar levels by testing for fasting blood sugar over 126 and checks at any time over 200 is considered diabetes.
In addition to laboratory tests, said Dr. Budiman, there are three classic symptoms of diabetes is also known as 3P, namely:

1. Polyuria or frequent urination with lots of volume, especially at night. Why is this so? If the blood sugar level of the renal threshold or exceeds more than 180 mg / dl then the sugar come with urine.To the urine that contain sugar, not too thick, the body as much water as possible is characterized in the urine so the urine volume, which came very much and was urinating frequently. It is very often so that at night can disrupt sleep.

2. Polidipsi feel, or often thirsty and want to drink as much as possible. With so much urine is the body of water or dehydration is missing. To overcome this, there arose a thirst, so people always want to drink in a cool, sweet, fresh, and want more. Sugary drinks are very harmful because it makes the higher blood sugar levels.

3. Polifagi or increased appetite and lack of energy. In diabetes, because insulin problems, inclusion of sugar in the body cells so that less energy is even less well established. That is why people become limp. So the brain is also thought that less energy from lack of food. Therefore, the body tries to food intake caused by feelings of hunger grew so timbulah wanted to eat more and increase.

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Watch TV Too Long, Can Hospital Diabetes /watch-tv-too-long-can-hospital-diabetes.html /watch-tv-too-long-can-hospital-diabetes.html#comments Thu, 16 Jun 2011 16:22:41 +0000 qhiqy /?p=466

Research shows that those who spend long hours watching television with an increased risk of death, diabetes and heart disease. In fact, regular television viewing for two hours a day can have a significant impact on health.

Every day, people in the United States spent an average of 5 hours to sit in front of the screen, while the Australians and some Europeans spend between 3.5 hours and 4 hours a day. These data are delivered by experts from the Harvard School of Public Health.

“The message is simple. Reduce the time spent watching television is an important means to reduce the habit of sitting continuously and reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease,” said Frank Hu, a researcher.

He added that the person sitting in front of the television is not only a lack of exercise, but also tend to eat unhealthy foods. ”The combination of sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy diet and obesity is creating ‘perfect breeding area” for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, “tuturya.

This is not the first study linking television viewing with disease duration. Many studies have found a strong association between television viewing and obesity, and a report in 2007 found that TV viewing time associated with hypertension and obesity in children.

Other studies in the same year found that children with overweight category who see food ads tend to double their food intake.

For the purposes of this latest study, Hu and his team reviewed eight studies that examined the relationship between television viewing and duration of the disease. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical

Association, involved more than 200,000 people from 7 to 10 years.
Hu and colleagues found, for every two hours a day watching television, the risk of diabetes increased by 20 percent, while the risk of heart disease rose 15 percent. They watch television two hours a day can also increase the risk of death by 13 percent.

Based on these findings, Hu and his team estimated 100,000 people, limiting TV time to 2 hours could prevent 176 new cases of diabetes, 38 cases of fatal cardiovascular disease, and 104 premature deaths each year.

The researchers cautioned, the results of this research does not necessarily prove that television is the only factor that increases the risk of the disease. ”It is true that among those who watch lots of television viewers in less time differ mainly in terms of diet and physical activity level,” said Hu.

He added that those who avidly watch TV tend to eat unhealthy food. Unhealthy diet and laziness is also the result of prolonged television viewing. Thus, the study describes how a large adverse impact of the habit of sitting for hours.

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11 Tips Sports For People with Diabetes /11-tips-sports-for-people-with-diabetes.html /11-tips-sports-for-people-with-diabetes.html#comments Wed, 27 Apr 2011 14:14:08 +0000 qhiqy /?p=292

Regular exercise can control the risk of diabetes. The benefits of exercise for diabetics, among others:

  • Burn calories and reduce body fat which increases the cell metabolism ability to absorb and store glucose.
  • Improves blood circulation, especially in the feet and hands, where usually people with diabetes have a problem.
  • Reduce stress that often leads to increased blood glucose

Diabetics who exercise diligence to break dependence on drugs.
Here are some exercise tips for diabetics (diabetes):

1. Consult a physician before undergoing an exercise program.Your doctor will recommend what type of exercise you should do according to their condition. Doctors usually a ban on exercising if:

  • Your blood glucose above 250 mg / dl.
  • You have symptoms of retinopathy (damage to blood vessels in the eye), neuropathy (nerve damage and blood circulation in the extremities), nephropathy (kidney damage) and cardiac disorders such as heart disease, myocardial infarction, arrhythmia and other.

2. If there is no ban, start with gentle exercise such as aerobics, walking, swimming and cycling. Aerobic exercise is beneficial to further increase breathing and heart action. For those of you who have never exercised, start with 10-20 minutes each time the exercise several times a week.

3. Many diabetics who do not realize if you have foot problems.Before walking or jogging is healthy, make sure the comfort and safety shoes are used:

  • Wear comfortable socks.
  • Check gravel or other items before putting on shoes.
  • Avoid abrasions or scratches on legs

4. If you have a foot problem, we suggest you choose swimming, gymnastics and cycling is not too much pressure on the foot.

5. No heavy lifting, which can increase blood pressure suddenly.

6. Start and end the year with the heating and cooling for 5-10 minutes to reduce the risk of injury to heart muscle.

7. Not dramatically increase the portion of practice. Each time, increase only one factor (frequency, duration or intensity of exercise.)

8. Wear a diabetes identification so people know if something happens to you. Hypoglycemia is a risk that can occur during exercise. The increase in glucose uptake by muscle may reduce the blood sugar to very low levels (hypoglycemia). The symptoms of hypoglycemia is the body shaking, palpitations, increased sweating, hunger, dizziness, lethargy, confusion, and rapid mood swings.

9. When exposed to the symptoms of hypoglycemia:

  • Tests to measure blood sugar.
  • Consumption of sweet foods or drinks such as fruit juice or sweetened. Avoid foods that contain fat, blocking the absorption of glucose by the body.
  • Rest for 10 to 15 minutes and making checks again before continuing the exercise. Do not continue exercising if your blood sugar below 100 mg / dl.
  • When you resume exercising, ever vigilant against the recurrence of the symptoms of hypoglycemia.
  • When you are finished exercising, eating foods that contain complex carbohydrates like sweet potatoes, and corn bread.

10. Perform blood glucose testing 12 hours after a heavy enough exercise to verify the existence of hypoglycemia that emerged after training (late onset).

11. The exercise of joy. To improve and maintain your motivation to exercise, play sports with diabetes who are near where you live.

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Anti-Diabetes Diet /anti-diabetes-diet.html /anti-diabetes-diet.html#comments Fri, 15 Apr 2011 03:03:37 +0000 qhiqy /?p=213
Type 2 diabetes is a disease caused by lifestyle. The complications of this disease brings deadly disease package.However, this highly preventable disease, one of them through diet.

1. Eat small portions
How to eat like reducing the number of calories that enter the body.Knowing the number of servings recommended by nutritionists for each food.
2. Reduce fat
Avoid foods high in fat and use less oil when frying or sautéing. If possible, use a healthier cooking oil. Do not use oil for frying several times.

3. Limit sources of saturated fat / trans fat
Food sources of saturated fats eg fatty meats, fried foods, whole cakes, candy, cookies, cakes, margarine, and many more.Choose salad dressings that are more healthy as olive oil.

4. Larger fiber
The sources can be found in cereal fiber 100 percent wheat, oats, brown rice, whole wheat bread.

5. Larger vegetables and fresh fruit
Eat a variety of vegetables and fruits every day. Choose fruits and vegetables. Make a fruit drink 100 percent fresh. No added sugar because the fruit was very sweet. Eat green leafy vegetables such as broccoli and spinach, orange vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin and nuts.

6. Limit sweet
If possible, avoid fruit-flavored drinks, soft drinks, tea and coffee is very sweet. Sugar in beverages is very high. This is what makes the stomach so distended.

7. Reduce salt
Use less salt when cooking. If possible, do not add more salt at the table. Avoid sources of hidden salt, such as pickles, meats, canned vegetables.

]]> /anti-diabetes-diet.html/feed 1 he black chocolate lower cholesterol? /he-black-chocolate-lower-cholesterol.html /he-black-chocolate-lower-cholesterol.html#comments Tue, 28 Sep 2010 01:45:23 +0000 qhiqy /?p=97 Antioxidants in dark chocolate (chocolate black) has long been known to have significant benefits for the heart. The latest research reveals black chocolate can reduce cholesterol levels in people with diabetes mellitus.

People with diabetes often have elevated cholesterol levels. It is known that high blood cholesterol is one factor that makes a person affected by heart disease and stroke. A study by the University of Hull, found that people with diabetes who ate dark chocolate reduces cholesterol levels.

Polyphenols found in chocolate black is a factor that can lower cholesterol and prevent heart disease. Research UK scientists involved 12 people with diabetes mellitus. By a team of experts, patients were asked to consume the black chocolate rich in polyphenols for 16 weeks.

As a result, there was a slight increase in total cholesterol, with reductions in bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol. “Chocolate contains kokoal should be an integral part of the consumption patterns of people with diabetes,” said Professor Steve Atkin, researchers say.

However, the body of Diabetes UK would not rush to recommend a dark brown color often chewed by diabetes. Because the fat and sugar content in chocolate can aggravate diabetes black. In other words, for people with diabetes disadvantages black chocolate actually more than good.

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