Diabetes: Controlling blood sugar levels quickly ‘significantly’ prevents heart attacks

Diabetes: Controlling blood sugar levels quickly ‘significantly’ prevents heart attacks

Diabetes: Controlling blood sugar levels quickly ‘significantly’ prevents heart attacks DIABETES is an increasingly common condition in the UK, one that requires careful management. As with other conditions, diabetes can affect a person's likelihood of experiencing cardiovascular events such as heart attacks. Scientists have now identified one-way diabetics can reduce their risk. Dr David Lloyd discusses using diabetes drug for anti-aging Diabetes requires careful management of one part of the body’s processes, the control of blood sugar levels. Diabetics are at an increased risk of a heart attack.Diabetics are at an increased risk of a heart attack. As well as reducing their blood sugar levels within the first year after diagnosis, the team also discovered the more a diabetic’s blood sugar levels varied the more likely they were to experience …
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