How should diabetes prevent diabetes?
For the prevention of diabetes, three “defense lines” should be constructed, which are called tertiary prevention in medicine.
If the “defense line” is laid out in a timely, reasonable and robust manner, most of the diabetes is likely to be prevented or controlled.
These three “defense lines” are: First-level prevention to establish a correct eating concept and adopt a reasonable lifestyle, can selectively reduce the incidence of diabetes.
Diabetes is a non-communicable disease. Although it has certain genetic factors, it plays a key role in the life and environmental factors.
Gradually, over-transition, excessive, and increased exercise are important factors in the onset.
Low sugar, low salt, low fat, high fiber, high vitamin, is the best dietary compatibility to prevent diabetes.
Regular monitoring of body weight and maintaining long-term weight levels are critical.
When you gain weight, you should limit your diet and increase your exercise to make it fall back to normal as soon as possible.
To make exercise an important part of life, a habit of life.
Exercise not only consumes excess transients and maintains muscle mass, but also enhances fullness and euphoria.
Of course, the movement should pay attention to science and art. It is necessary to proceed step by step, do what you can, take care of your interests, and work together to make it easy to get results and stick to it.
Quit smoking and drink less, and put an end to all bad habits.
Diabetes and diabetes in both parents, and I am obese and eaten more, blood sugar is high, and people who are at high risk of exercise, especially pay attention to prevention.
Secondary prevention regularly detects blood sugar to detect asymptomatic diabetes as early as possible.
Blood glucose measurement should be listed as a routine physical examination for middle-aged and elderly people, even if it is healthy, it should be measured regularly.
Any trace of diabetes, such as abnormal skin, sexual dysfunction, poor eyesight, polyuria, cataracts, etc., should be timely to determine blood sugar, to diagnose early, to seek valuable time for early treatment.
It is necessary to comprehensively mobilize diet, exercise, drugs and other means to stably control the normal or near normal level for a long time.
Fasting blood glucose should be 6 per liter.
Below 11 millimoles, blood glucose should be 9 per liter for 2 hours after a meal.
Below 44 millimolar, an indicator of chronic blood glucose levels – glycosylated hemoglobin should be at 7.
0% or less.
Regular measurement of blood lipids, blood pressure, and electrocardiogram are all indirect indicators of glycemic control.
The purpose of tertiary prevention is to prevent or delay the occurrence and development of chronic comorbidities of diabetes and reduce disability and mortality.
People with diabetes are prone to other chronic diseases and are life-threatening due to complications.
Therefore, it is necessary to strengthen monitoring of chronic complication of diabetes and achieve early detection.
Early diagnosis and early treatment of diabetes can often prevent complications and enable patients to live close to normal life for a long time.
Diabetes is still a lifelong disease, and there is no cure.
Therefore, we should act positively to regulate our own lives.
Lifestyle science, this is the most important and strongest line of defense.
If you are already a diabetic, don’t be pessimistic.
As long as effective control over a long period of time, it can prevent and delay the occurrence or development of chronic comorbidities of diabetes.
Of course, if you enter a period of chronic complications, you need to be vigilant and delay the deterioration of complications.