Saturday, 24 December 2011


Now we are in winter season in this period your level of A1CS increase .By Veterans health  Administrations  which have studied the glucose of 800 prospects with diabetes.The conclusion of this research is that people with diabetes are afected by the climate and the season.

Beaside this other factors can afect your A1CS such your age,sex,and severity of diabetes.
The people who experienced the most fluctuation in terms of their A1C levels were those who lived in what the researchers called "intermediate" climates- places where winter temperatures ranged from 32° F to 40° F.
Statisticlly the people who live in the cold area where temperatures range from 5 f to 32 F reported less fluctuation to their level of A1cs.The researchers of this project did not understand why people of diabetes wasn't affected .The conclusion of this researchers said the people who leave in the cold areas don't go outside much in the winter.

Tuesday, 6 December 2011


It is important to know the early signs of hyperglycemia. If hyperglycemia is left untreated, it may develop into an emergency condition called ketoacidosis (if you have type 1 diabetes) or HHNS (if you have type 2 diabetes).

Early signs of hyperglycemia in diabetes include:
  • increased thrist
  • Headaches
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Blurred vision
  • frequent urination
  • Fatigue(weak,tired feeling)
  • Weight loss
  • Blood glucoze more than 180 mg/dl
  • Vaginal and skin infection
  • Slow healing cuts and sores
  • Decresead vizion
  • Nerve damage causing paniful cold or insesitive feet ,loss of hair on lower extremities
  • Stomach and intestinal problems such as chronic constipation or diarrhea