For any woman suffering from menopause it can be very difficult at times but when you are going through menopause and suffering from both the side effects of it and diabetes it can be very scary and much harder to deal with at times.
Many women suffering from diabetes and going through menopause should consider getting online and doing some research on all of the information about what you can try and prevent and watch for during this difficult time in your life. You should also talk with your doctor about what types of foods you will need to make extra certain that you are taking in daily.
A woman’s decreased levels of estrogen and progesterone can really cause some complications with your diabetes that you have never had to experience before. It will possibly increase your blood sugar and then your body will then become more and more resistant to insulin. This is what could cause your blood sugar to levels to decline during menopause. Lower estrogen levels and diabetes are some of the leading causes of cardiovascular diseases in women. A woman who has not yet gone through menopause could expect this to occur anywhere between the ages of 30 years old to when you are in your 50’s. It could take as long as 10 or so years to actually be finished with menopause, it just depends for all different women.
These fluctuations in hormone levels during menopause can create some very serious complications with your diabetes during this time which could have some very traumatic outcomes. You can just imagine how fatigued you are already going to be feeling during this time, not including these serious effects that it could have on your overall health. Everybody wants to feel better so if you can just practice a healthier lifestyle, along with any medications your doctor may prescribe, then you should be able to have some advantages over the damaging effects of diabetes and menopause that could occur.
If you are every concerned about the symptoms that you are having and do not really know for sure what is going on with your body then you should talk with your doctor and he should be able to inform you of your condition and what measures you can take in helping keep your blood sugar levels where they really need to be for the complications that will occur if you do not do so.
A regular exercise program and a very nutritional diet needs to be a big priority in your life anyway, but especially if you are a woman going through menopause and suffering from diabetes. These things, along with regular check ups by your doctor can help in achieving your goal of having and maintaining a strong, healthy body.
Always keep a journal of your blood sugar level readings so that each time you have an appointment they can take a look at things and what you may be able to change in your diet that might be more beneficial for your menopause and diabetes combined.
In this eBook, you are going to learn the 21 Diabetic Myths that many people may have heard and learn the truth about each of them.
I hope you gain some benefit from reading this short eBook. Many of the myths worry folks when they first become diagnosed as a diabetic.