A family history of type 2 Diabetes is the most common cause of the condition in the UK, affecting more than 2.5 million people.
It is a serious disease, which can have devastating consequences, especially for older people and people with disabilities.
We want to highlight some of the key things to look out for to prevent developing type 2D and diabetes.1.
Be careful with the foods you eat1.
Make sure your diet is healthy and minimises sugar, salt and fat.2.
If you are in a group, make sure everyone is on the same page and gets their nutrition and exercise advice.3.
If a friend or relative has Type 2D, it’s important they get it too, as it can affect their overall health.4.
If your health is deteriorating, it might be worth taking a break to look after your health, particularly if you have a history of diabetes.5.
It is important to look for lifestyle changes to avoid further deterioration in your health.6.
It’s important to talk to your doctor about your symptoms.7.
If there are no symptoms, and you are able to eat your usual diet, it may be a good idea to reduce sugar, fat and salt in your diet.8.
There are several ways to control the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
The key is to understand the risks and benefits of lifestyle changes.
The first thing you need to do is understand what is known about Type 2 Diabetes.
The first thing to do if you are diagnosed with Type 2 is to get tested.2) If you do have Type 2, you will be monitored regularly by your GP.3) If the test shows you have the condition, you might be able to start a medication treatment plan to reduce your risk of Type 2.4) It’s always best to start with a small dose of medication first, to make sure it works as it should.5) It is also important to understand your family history.
If the family history shows that your mother or father has the condition or is diabetic, your GP will need to be told about this.6) You might also be able be diagnosed with type 2 if your family doctor suspects your mother has Type 1 or Type 2 and that she is taking a medication.7) Your GP will look at your symptoms and how they are affecting your lifestyle, such as the number of drinks you have or the amount of food you eat.8) It can also be important to see your GP if you think you may be at risk of a stroke.9) Your doctor will also look at any other medical conditions you may have, such a heart condition, liver or kidney disease, and even whether you have any of the other conditions.10) You should also talk to a doctor about whether you need a blood test or blood test strips to check your blood sugar level.11) If there is any concern, it is important for you to see a specialist as soon as possible.12) If your doctor has not told you about the type 2, then you should talk to them.