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Diabetes and Periodontitis

There is emerging evidence to support the existence of a two-way relationship between Diabetes and periodontitis, with diabetes increasing the risk for periodontitis, and periodontal inflammation negatively affecting glycaemic control. Proper or poor #Glycemic control is an important determinant in this relationship. What is periodontitis? Periodontal diseases are collectively the most common diseases known to mankind. Their […]

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SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES
What is Diabetes

Diabetes

Diabetes is a condition that is different from most other diseases for two important reasons. First, like hypertension, it can be a “silent killer.” That is, there are few symptoms until late at which time it is usually too late to reverse the damage. Because of this lack of symptoms, people with diabetes do not

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Blood Glucose Control
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HYPOGLYCEMIA

What is Hypoglycemia? It means one’s blood sugar is low, usually less than 60 mg/100 ml or 3.3 mmol/l. What happens? You do not feel well and experience signs, such as Sweating, Shivering, Hunger, Stomach pain, Fatigue, Dizziness. Your Family or friends will #Observe that your are -Pale -Sleepy -Unable to speak properly -Feeling weak/hungry -Behaving oddly

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Types Of Diabetics

There are different types of diabetics based on their characteristics and attitudes. 1. Proactive Diabetic:CHARACTERISTICS– Knows the severity of the disease– Independent and curious by nature– Motivated for self-care– Well-informed ATTITUDE TO DIABETES– “I will keep my diabetes under control”– “I have a serious problem, but it is not the end of the world.—I just

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Blood Glucose Control
Related Complications What is Diabetes

HYPOGLYCEMIA

What is Hypoglycemia? It means one’s blood sugar is low, usually less than 60 mg/100 ml or 3.3 mmol/l. What happens? You do not feel well and experience signs, such as Sweating, Shivering, Hunger, Stomach pain, Fatigue, and Dizziness. Your Family or friends will Observe that your are -Pale -Sleepy -Unable to speak properly -Feeling weak/hungry -Behaving

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A glucose meter
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High and Low Blood Sugars

Although many people with diabetes confidently state that they can reliably “detect” both their high and low blood sugars without actual measurement, studies have shown that these beliefs are not usually accurate!!!. -Hypoglycemia (An abnormally low level of glucose; symptoms include shakiness, sweatiness, hunger, abdominal discomfort, palpitations, and confusion.) -Hyperglycemia (An abnormally high level of

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