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AdFinden Sie jetzt Ihr Traum-Smartphone mit 5G* ab 1 €*. z. B. Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G oder OnePlus 9 Pro 5G oder Xiaomi Mi 11 5G.Eat This, Not That!Sure Signs You May Be Getting Diabetes, Says CDCThere are three main types of diabetes—type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes (diabetes while pregnant)—and knowing the signs you may have one of them can save your life. "Diabetes is a chronic (long-lasting) health condition that affects how your body turns food into energy," says the CDC. "If you have any of the following diabetes symptoms, see your doctor about getting your blood sugar tested." Read on to see if you have any of them, according to the CDC—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss this urgent news: Here's How You Can Catch COVID Even If You're Vaccinated. 1 You Urinate a Lot, Often at Night "Excessive thirst and increased urination are common diabetes signs and symptoms. When you have diabetes, excess glucose — a type of sugar — builds up in your blood," says the Mayo Clinic. "Your kidneys are forced to work overtime to filter and absorb the excess glucose." 2 You Are Very Thirsty "Increased thirst in people with diabetes can sometimes be, but certainly not always, an indication of higher than normal blood glucose levels," says Diabetes.co.uk. "People with diabetes with access to blood glucose testing equipment may wish to test their blood sugar levels when they are thirsty to determine whether their blood sugar levels are going too high." 3 You Lose Weight Without Trying "Insulin is a hormone that allows your body to use glucose (sugar) for energy," explains the Cleveland Clinic. "If you have type 2 diabetes, your body doesn't use insulin effectively, and can't transport the glucose to the cells. Instead, it builds up in the blood.When the glucose doesn't arrive in your cells, your body thinks it's starving and finds a way to compensate. It creates energy by burning fat and muscle at a rapid pace. This causes unexplained weight loss." 4 You Are Very Hungry "In uncontrolled diabetes where blood glucose levels remain abnormally high ( hyperglycemia ), glucose from the blood cannot enter the cells – due to either a lack of insulin or insulin resistance – so the body can't convert the food you eat into energy. This lack of energy causes an increase in hunger," explains Diabetes.co.uk. 5 You Have Blurry Vision "There are many things that can cause eye strain and blurry vision, such as spending a lot of time in front of a screen," saus UCLA Health. "But blurry vision is also a common warning sign for diabetes. If not caught early or properly managed, diabetes can damage the small blood vessels in the retina — a layer of light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye that sends visual signals to the brain. This condition, called retinopathy, can result in blindness." 6 You Have Numb or Tingling Hands or Feet "Diabetic neuropathy most often damages nerves in your legs and feet," says the Mayo Clinic. "Depending on the affected nerves, diabetic neuropathy symptoms can range from pain and numbness in your legs and feet to problems with your digestive system, urinary tract, blood vessels and heart. Some people have mild symptoms." 7 You Feel Very Tired "Many people with diabetes will describe themselves as feeling tired, lethargic or fatigued at times. It could be a result of stress, hard work or a lack of a decent night's sleep but it could also be related to having too high or too low blood glucose levels," says Diabetes.co.uk. 8 You Have Very Dry Skin "If you have diabetes, you're more likely to have dry skin. High blood sugar (glucose) can cause this. If you have a skin infection or poor circulation, these could also contribute to dry, itchy skin," says the American Academy of Dermatology Association.RELATED: Signs You're Getting One of the "Most Deadly" Cancers 9 You Have Sores That Heal Slowly "Diabetes can affect every part of the body, including the skin. In fact, such problems are sometimes the first sign that a person has diabetes," reports the American Diabetes Association. "Luckily, most skin conditions can be prevented or easily treated if caught early. Some of these problems are skin conditions anyone can have, but people with diabetes get more easily. These include bacterial infections, fungal infections, and itching. Other skin problems happen mostly or only to people with diabetes. These include diabetic dermopathy, necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum, diabetic blisters, and eruptive xanthomatosis." 10 You Have More Infections Than Usual "High blood sugar levels can weaken a person's immune system defenses," reports APIC. "People who have had diabetes for a long time may have peripheral nerve damage and reduced blood flow to their extremities, which increases the chance for infection. The high sugar levels in your blood and tissues allow bacteria to grow and allow infections to develop more quickly." 11 What to Do if You Have These Symptoms Before jumping to conclusions, contact your doctor to discuss whether or not you have signs of diabetes—and then you can get a blood sugar test and develop a treatment plan. "There isn't a cure yet for diabetes, but losing weight, eating healthy food, and being active can really help," says the CDC. "Taking medicine as needed, getting diabetes self-management education and support, and keeping health care appointments can also reduce the impact of diabetes on your life." And to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
48 minutes agoHarper's BazaarThe model sneakily shared a picture of the gift on her Instagram Story.2 hours agoSure Signs You're Having a Heart Attack, Says CDCAlthough recently surpassed by coronavirus as the leading cause of death in America, heart disease is now the second most-common, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, with an average of 2,068 daily deaths in 2021. "Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common type of heart disease in the United States. It is sometimes called coronary heart disease or ischemic heart disease," says the CDC. "For many people, the first clue that they have CAD is a heart attack." The symptoms of heart attack include the following, says the CDC—read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss this urgent news: Here's How You Can Catch COVID Even If You're Vaccinated. 1 You May Have Chest Pain or Discomfort (Angina) "Angina, or chest pain and discomfort, is the most common symptom of CAD," says the CDC. "Angina can happen when too much plaque builds up inside arteries, causing them to narrow. Narrowed arteries can cause chest pain because they can block blood flow to your heart muscle and the rest of your body." "Over 50% of heart attacks have 'beginning' symptoms that may come and go for days or weeks," reports UnityPoint Health. "Early symptoms include:Mild chest pressure, aching or burning that comes and goes.Chest discomfort that may feel like indigestion.Chest discomfort that may worsen with physical activity and subside with rest."And more. Keep reading for 7 other key symptoms from the CDC. 2 You May Have Shortness of Breath "If you feel like you've just run a marathon, but you only walked up the stairs, that might be a sign your heart isn't able to pump blood to the rest of your body. Shortness of breath can occur with or without chest pain, and it's a common sign of a silent heart attack," reports Penn Medicine. "This often comes along with chest discomfort, but shortness of breath also can happen before chest discomfort," says the CDC. 3 You May Have Light-Headedness or Feel Dizzy "You may also feel dizzy or lightheaded — and it's possible you could faint. Though this can happen to both men and women, it's more common for women to experience shortness of breath," says Penn Medicine. "If you're having trouble with tasks that weren't previously difficult, such as making the bed or walking the dog, make sure you get it checked out in case it's a subtle sign of a heart attack." 4 You May Feel Weakness or Anxiety "You may feel a sense of doom or feel as if you're having a panic attack for no apparent reason," reports the Mayo Clinic. 5 You May Have Nausea "As with men, women's most common heart attack symptom is chest pain (angina) or discomfort," reports the American Heart Association. "But women are somewhat more likely than men to experience some of the other common symptoms, particularly shortness of breath, nausea/vomiting, and back or jaw pain." 6 You May Have Cold Sweats "You may suddenly break into a sweat with cold, clammy skin," says the Mayo Clinic. "The reason behind this symptom is that when you have clogged arteries, your heart requires more effort to pump blood, and sweating keeps your body's temperature down during this extra effort. For women, this means night sweats may not just be the result of menopause. They might also be a sign of heart problems," reports Stormont Vail Health. 7 You May Have Pain or Discomfort in the Arms or Shoulder or Upper Back or Neck "A heart attack doesn't just affect your heart — you can actually feel the effects throughout your whole body. But this can make identifying a heart attack confusing. You may experience pain or discomfort in your: Arms (one or both of them)BackNeckJawStomachThese symptoms can vary from person to person. For example, some people describe their back pain from a heart attack as feeling like a rope being tied around them," says Penn Medicine. 8 You May Have Extreme Fatigue "Fatigue can be caused by many illnesses and by medicines. But a constant, new fatigue also can sometimes signal heart failure (a condition in which the heart fails to pump well) or coronary artery disease," reports Harvard Health. "It's less common as an indication of coronary artery disease, but it can be," Dr. Randall Zusman, a cardiologist with Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital, tells the website.RELATED: Simple Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack, According to Doctors 9 What to Do if You Feel These Symptoms "Sometimes heart disease may be 'silent' and not diagnosed until a person experiences signs or symptoms of a heart attack, heart failure, or an arrhythmia," says the CDC. Besides a heart attack, other signs of heart disease are an "arrhythmia: fluttering feelings in the chest (palpitations)" and "heart failure," signified by "shortness of breath, fatigue, or swelling of the feet, ankles, legs, abdomen, or neck veins." Call 911 immediately if you experience any of these symptoms, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.Read more: Yahoo Singapore »
Not desirable to move ministers after less than a year, but situation ‘can’t be helped’: PM Lee
SINGAPORE — It is not desirable to give Cabinet ministers short stints in their portfolios owing to the disruption it can cause, but such moves are sometimes necessary, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Friday (April 23).
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