Without prolonged specific symptoms, diabetes can be diagnosed relatively late. Even if there are some signs that things are not in line, the affected person and family do not notice as quickly as possible. Diagnosing a family member with diabetes is then perceived as a disaster. At the same time, handling new cases for diabetes doctors and specialists is a routine thing. Both the patient and the family need support to address this conflict.
Diabetes is a chronic preventive condition that develops many complications if not properly examined. The disease can occur at any age: children, young adults, future mothers with gestational diabetes over the age of 40. These differences also have a different effect on how the affected people continue their lives. For most diets, glycemic testing, timely medication and accurate insulin injection are part of the daily routine.
"Diabetes specialists offer advice on the adoption of a lifestyle that is not only for treatment, but also for controlling diseases. The type 2 diabetic person, diagnosed with diabetes, enters into a rigorous follow-up program determined by the dietician. information about its use and therapeutic training supported by training devices for treatment and training, as well as all other information from the diabetic doctor regarding additional examinations, biological equilibrium, cardiological, neurological, ophthalmic, thorough examination of the foot, etc. Dr. Gabriela Ileana Creteanu, Head of the Diabetes, Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases Department at the New St. John the Emergency County Hospital in Suceava.
On the other hand, family and friends play an important role in establishing and maintaining an adequate lifestyle over time. There are many ways you can be with your loved ones, from preparing a healthy and healthy meal that does not remove the person with diabetes from the table, and to create physical activities that they can do together.
For anyone interested, the new Suceava Diabetes specialists from the County Diabetes Center of the John Emergency Hospital together with the Federation of Diabetes Associations in Romania MONDAY, 12 November 2018, In the hospital hall, together with free blood glucose testing, risk assessment and expert advice on healthy nutrition or proper diabetes management.