■Why Does Diabetes Cause Frequent Urination – by Dr Sam Robbins


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■ Why does diabetes cause frequent urination?
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Excessive thirst and increased urination are classic symptoms of diabetes. When you have diabetes or are pre-diabetic, excess sugar (glucose) builds up in your blood. Your kidneys are forced to work overtime to filter and absorb excess sugar.

If your kidneys can not keep up, the excess sugar is excreted in your urine along with fluids extracted from your tissues. This causes more frequent urination, which can leave you dehydrated. As you drink more fluids to quench your thirst, you will urinate even more.

Other "diabetic" symptoms to consider are

fatigue
fluctuations in weight – winning or losing
blurry vision
tingling in hands and feet
Gums red, inflamed, tender.
diabetes symptoms

The bad news

It is very important that you do something right now because diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States.

It is known to be the catalyst for most health problems: heart disease, inflammation and arthritis, wrinkles, hair loss, weight gain, high blood pressure, just to mention a few.

And the worst news of all? …

Nearly 90 million Americans (1/3 of the population) older than 20 have prediabetes … and they are growing by 2% each year!

Oh … and the most frightening part is that 83% do not even know it! … it is not "diagnosed"! Which means you can quickly and permanently lead to type 2 diabetes.

Pre Diabetic Statistics

… And now the good news:

Almost everything can be prevented and even reversed! … And I'll get to this in a minute.

Remember, you have control and there are simple solutions. You just need to take some action at this time, before this situation gets worse and generates additional health problems.

The best ways to stabilize your blood sugar, naturally

Low-sugar diet, diet, exercise With some minor changes in lifestyle, you can see and feel great improvements quickly. Here are some things you should focus on:

Lose unwanted fat
It may not be fun, but it is very important and is the first step in keeping your glucose under control.
Eat better – Natural foods
This means "low glycemic index" foods, less carbohydrates, proteins and healthy fats. It also means staying away from processed foods made by man. Also, be sure to eat frequently: smaller meals throughout the day to stabilize blood sugar and also have a lot of fiber.
Daily exercise – aerobic and anaerobic
Exercise uses the carbohydrates you consume, so it keeps your blood sugar stable. Having more muscle also improves insulin sensitivity, which means that less insulin is needed.
Adequate supplementation (for faster results)
There are natural herbs, specific vitamins and minerals that can help stabilize blood sugar, while improving insulin sensitivity. Clinical studies have shown that people who are diabetic or pre-diabetic lack certain nutrients and taking the right supplements can help solve this quickly and get faster results.

Simply making some small adjustments in each of these categories will mean quick results for you. Which means more energy, less body fat, better knowledge and you'll just see yourself and you'll feel YOUNGER!

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