Your doctor may have hurt your feelings by telling you to stop worrying. That is, if you’re like most people, you’re probably aware you may have a small degree of a stress problem, but we don’t usually get to the core of the problem until the doctor says so.
This is especially true in cases where the doctor has made a big fuss about a particular stressor, such as diabetes. In fact, it’s so common that the American Medical Association says it’s an officially recognized medical condition. Diabetes is a very common stressor among the general population, and yet many of us don’t even realize we’re suffering from one of the most common problems. It’s also a very common problem amongst people with diabetes or another autoimmune disease.
Diabetes is an autoimmune disease that is triggered by a number of factors, but the one that has a significant impact on people with diabetes is the body’s reaction to insulin. This is where feelings of anger, resentment, fear, and hatred come into play. These are just a few of the emotions that can arise from insulin resistance, for instance. They can also be triggered by stress, but that is probably more common in people with diabetes because of the way the disease is caused.
If you develop diabetes, you may or may not know that there are a number of different types of diabetes that affect different types of people. For a diabetic to have diabetes type one, the body’s cells have the ability to absorb glucose from the blood, but it also has to first break down the sugar into a form that can be absorbed by the small blood vessels of the pancreas. In other words, they require insulin.
There are a number of different types of diabetes, but the main ones are Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is when your body doesn’t produce enough insulin – the cells can’t create enough insulin. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body doesn’t produce enough insulin (or too much) and the cells can’t use stored insulin to process the glucose in the blood.
That’s why it’s important to monitor your blood sugar levels and insulin levels. If your blood sugar or insulin levels are not where they need to be, make sure you’re getting your insulin injections regularly.
There are other signs of complications, like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high triglycerides. You might think I wouldnt be mentioning these, but I wouldnt want you to be under the impression that you need to worry about these things. Because if you do you could end up with serious health complications. In some cases, people with these problems can even die.
Do you know what youre getting yourself into if you don’t take care of your blood pressure and cholesterol levels and the rest of your health? Yes you do. I know this because I had an internist who recommended this to me before the start of my treatment. He said, “If your blood pressure is over 140 and your cholesterol’s under 200, it’s time to visit a doctor.
As a result of what our internist suggested, I went for an appointment where I took blood pressure and blood work. He immediately told me that he thought my blood pressure was around 140, but he was concerned that my cholesterol was above 200. I told him that I had a doctor who prescribed me a statin to help my blood pressure, and the doctor said he thought I had a good chance of having a heart attack.
I have just recently had one of my test results negative and am concerned about my cholesterol level. I’m worried about the cholesterol problems, and I’m going to get better.