All patients with diabetes should do some important things. One is to plan a healthy meal, which includes an appropriate breakfast at the right time, lunch and dinner at the right time. An important aspect of diabetes management is an early breakfast at 8 a. M., Which will activate metabolism and ensure that glucose variations are extremely normal and do not fluctuate to cause any problems. These can be part of a healthy diet is to take adequate amounts of carbohydrates, proteins, fats and many vegetables that will give them vitamins and minerals. The third thing is to avoid simple carbohydrates and consume complex carbohydrates. The second part of doing is the exercise. Any form of exercise, especially those involving aerobic exercise and resistance training, will both have extreme control over their glycemic control and improve their strength. Then, all patients should exercise and the easiest form of exercise is walking. Walking is an important part of diabetes management because it will not only improve health, prevent cardiovascular disease and hypertension, and reduce the amount of medication. The third part of diabetes is extremely important, take the medicines at the right time and also consume the medicine deepening if it is before the food or after the foods according to the type of tablets. The fourth part is controlling your blood glucose levels at the appropriate time and also doing the HbA1C test. This is to check blood glucose levels every 3 months. The next part of diabetes is to undergo regular check-ups and exams. The detection of cardiovascular diseases, the detection of food problems, the detection of eye problems and the detection of kidney problems must be carried out annually from a configuration of adequate medical attention so that you know at what stage of the disease you are and can prevent the complications So the 4 Do's are regular exercises in the form of walking, regular meals, the appropriate time, the third is the appropriate medications, the fourth is to take the tablets at the right time. Also go to regular checkups, these are the ones that should be done. What you should not do is skip a meal, the next is never to be inactive for more than 90 minutes, to be active. The next thing is not to overeat because if you skip a meal and start eating, your sugars will fluctuate. Therefore, you will not be able to manage your blood sugar levels correctly. Then, even if you eat less, but you skip a meal that is more problematic than eating a proper timed meal. Fourth, do not skip your medications. Fifth is not to neglect your blood glucose values. Most people feel they have no symptoms. Therefore, I do not need to go to a doctor to see a specialist. Diabetes is a silent killer. Your blood glucose levels may be high, but you may not have any symptoms. But just because glucose levels are high, they begin to damage internal organs. You will see that you have a problem with food or a heart problem, a stroke, etc. Therefore, never ignore your blood glucose values and take appropriate measures.
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