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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Managing Diabetes With Health Insurance

By Adam J Bradley

As an adult, diabetes is something that can creep up on you without any warning. Well, that's not quite true -- there are definite warning signs for adult-onset diabetes, but they're often ignored or mistaken for other things. Since diabetes is a serious disease, it's important to recognize these signs as early as possible in order to minimize health problems and other complications. This is especially true of overweight adults, who are very much at risk of diabetes.

What exactly happens? Once you take in food, a portion of that food is kept aside and broken into sugar. Later on, this sugar passes through the blood and reaches body cells. (With the help of special hormone called insulin produced by pancreas) In normal conditions, the pancreas efficiently produces a certain amount of insulin to control the sugar level in the blood. However, the pancreas of a juvenile diabetic child is unable to excrete insulin and that's why cells do not have sugar control. Sugar keeps on accumulating in the blood and passes out unused.

Juvenile diabetes brings along many complications in the body like heart trouble, vision problem, effect on kidneys and nerves, etc. That is why it is very important to take medication if you are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.

Blurry vision is definitely one sign you should take seriously, as it often occurs after long periods with elevated blood sugar levels. Many adults will ignore this symptom, ascribing it to fatigue or the effects of aging. A visit to the optometrist should be scheduled as quickly as possible to determine if the blurred vision is in fact due to adult-onset diabetes or some other health problem.

Health Education Diabetes is a manageable condition. To be able to manage it effectively, you need to have a good understanding of the disease and what healthcare professionals recommend. The most important to learn when it comes to this disease are the ways to manage lifestyle, exercise and diet to achieve an optimum wellness level and to prevent the more dangerous complications that may arise when the disease is not managed properly. Insurers take this seriously as it can save them from spending a lot on healthcare costs that may be caused by mismanaged diabetes. They may even promote awareness and training not only to the insured but also to his or her family members as part of their coverage.

Who hasn't been irritable, after all, or fatigued? But it's the chronic appearance of these symptoms that are worrisome. It's one thing to be fatigued for a day or two, but if you're feeling off for a couple of weeks, it's time to visit the doctor.

Insulin and other Medications Insulin, diabetic pills and glucagon are among the commonly taken medications by diabetics that may be covered by some health insurance policies.

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