What Is Prediabetes?
Prediabetes is a condition that can be considered an early, yet potentially reversible stage of the development of type 2 diabetes. In prediabetes, a person’s blood sugar levels are slightly higher than the normal range but not high enough for a true diagnosis of diabetes. Program study, about 11% of people with prediabetes developed type 2 diabetes, each year during the three years follow up of the study. However! People with prediabetes generally have no symptoms of the condition.
SIGNS OF PREDIABETES
The risk of developing prediabetes increases as you get older, and if you are over 45, you are at a generate risk, the research said that women develop diabetes 50% more often than men.
Fasting glucose between 100-125 mg/dl is characterized as prediabetes, the more fatty tissue you have especially around your abdomen, the more resistant your cells will become to insulin.
A study found PCOS was associated with a twofold higher odds of developing diabetes.
High blood pressure is also a risk factor for prediabetes.
Exercise helps you to stay in control of your weight and ensures that your body is using up glucose as energy, thereby making your cells more sensitive to insulin.
Classic red flags that suggest you have moved from diabetes to prediabetes include
- Increased thirst
- Frequent urination
- Blurred vision
DIABETES IS A FULL TIME JOB .
Except You Don’t Get Paid , You Never Get Vacation Time , And You Can’t Quit .