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Diabetes May Double Your Risk of Dementia

Diabetes May Double Your Risk of Dementia

There’s a lot of research suggesting a connection between diabetes and Dementia, though these connections still require further studying.

Diabetes can cause damage to a person’s blood vessels and is considered a risk factor for vascular dementia — a type of dementia that happens due to brain damage that is typically caused by reduced or blocked blood flow to the brain.

Minimizing Your Risk
Working with your physician and provider for Home Health Care Services in Omaha, Nebraska to prevent or manage your diabetes is an effective strategy to avoid or reduce complications. It may also help you avoid other harmful conditions, such as heart disease, stroke, eye damage, kidney damage, nerve damage, digestive problems, as well as bone and joint problems.

Steps to prevent or manage diabetes include:

  • Heed your health care team’s suggestions about the most fitting plan for monitoring your blood glucose, cholesterol level, and blood pressure
  • Eat healthy foods, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, and low-fat milk and cheese
  • Lose the extra pounds
  • Aim to exercise for at least 30 minutes every day

Livathome is a certified provider of professional Non-Medical Home Care in Nebraska. Should you ever need help managing your diabetes symptoms and treatment, we’re the people to call.

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