Diabetes Blood Sugar Levels
In Treating Diabetes Blood Sugar Levels are Everything. Aren't they?
If you have diabetes, blood sugar levels are all you should ever think
about, you've always been told. What if you heard from the doctors though
that there was new research that pointed out that being single-minded about
your blood sugar levels actually work against you and hasten your demise?
All of this came about in a very important study done by the government.
The researchers in the program called in volunteers who were very sick with
diabetes, and subjected them to brutally strict diets and other measures to
bring their sugar levels down. The volunteers in that groundbreaking study
were given more than three drugs to keep their blood sugar levels down,
they got insulin injections and they took the blandest and most tasteless
food to make sure that there was no sugar in it.They discovered that the
more strict and rigid their measures, the more the diabetes patients in their
study seems to sicken. Of course, in diabetes, blood sugar levels are rarely
ever brought down with brutally strict methods in everyday life. The research
done still has some lessons for all people fighting to keep their levels
Now what exactly is so bad about pulling out all the stops in an effort to
bring Type 2 diabetes blood sugar levels to normal levels? Here's the
problem - doctors who try their best and concentrate entirely on diabetes
blood sugar levels usually seem to neglect standard levels of care for their
patients' blood pressure and cholesterol. Typically, you can't control these
two very well when you're paying too much attention to your blood sugar.
What they've learned now is that you need to strike a balance between all
three. If in pursuit of one, you neglect some of the others, a patient is
going to have his overall health suffer. The lessons they've learned is -
doing an average job with keeping diabetes blood sugar levels down is
good enough. You don't need to put everything you have into this. Try
instead to help get all other blood measurements on an even keel too.
There are other ways of looking at this too. If you use too many
medications and other methods to control your blood sugar levels, it can
actually change the way your body is affected by low blood sugar levels.
Doctors wonder if trying to help patients slim down and making themmore
sensitive to they insulin they take can help more than any of these
methods. Perhaps the problem in all of this is that doctors can often go
after the recommendations they find in medical texts and literature a little
too literally. Patients happened to be individuals and their needs are often
different. If only doctors could use their personal knowledge of their patients
to try to tailor what they know to the unique needs of the body of each
patient, things could be a lot better.
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