It’s clear that uncontrolled diabetes can increase the risk of hypertension (high blood pressure). The treatment of diabetes itself is more focused to control the level of blood glucose, particularly to make sure that it doesn’t increase too high (higher than normal).
While it can be helpful to provide adequate insulin for blood sugar control, but sometime it also can lead to hypoglycemia particularly if taken improperly. It is the force or pressure that occurs between blood that flow through the blood vessels and the wall of blood vessel itself. Uncontrolled hypertension can cause damage to the blood vessel itself which then can cause some serious health conditions, such as stroke, heart failure problem, etc. Low blood sugar or hypoglycemia is often associated with glucose metabolism problems such as diabetes, especially type-1 diabetes (when the production of insulin by pancreas drops significantly – even there may be no any insulin produced by pancreas.). Since the insulin production drops significantly, most patients with type-1 needs to take insulin replacement through injection or medicines to restore the balance of their insulin in the circulation for blood  sugar (glucose) control. In many cases, low blood glucose occurs  when we don’t eat for many hours (such as after fasting). If there are too many insulin in the circulation,  glucose in the blood can drop (lower than normal) even after eating. In some people, (due to certain reason) the release of their insulin into the bloodstream can be higher or lower than normal. The symptoms of hypoglycemia in non-diabetics vary, depending on how far glucose in the blood drops.
Again as mentioned before, low blood glucose typically occurs due to the excess insulin in the bloodstream. After getting up this morning, I washed, I made porridge, put the washer on , tidied the lounge, then just as it had cooled, I ate the porridge (I added strawberries, two dried apricots and extra milk. If your blood sugar has risen to greater than 70 and you are planning to eat a regular meal within the next hour, you do not need to do anything else. The University of Kansas Medical CenterThe University of Kansas prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, disability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender identity, gender expression, and genetic information in the university's programs and activities. The first goal of diabetes treatment is to eliminate the symptoms and stabilize blood glucose levels.
Type 2 diabetes means that the body has insulin resistance; the fat, liver, and muscle cells do not respond correctly to insulin. If left untreated, hyperglycemia can cause damage to nerves, blood vessels, and other body organs.


Yale School of Medicine researchers have found that intensively controlling glucose (glycemic) levels in type-2 diabetes patients may not reduce the risk of kidney failure.
To test the hypothesis that aggressive glycemic control can prevent renal disease in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus, first author Steven G.
The team found that compared with those who had usual treatment, intensively controlling glucose with higher doses of medication did not definitively reduce the risk of impaired kidney function, the need for dialysis, or death from kidney disease. Coca said many researchers have presumed that such intensive treatment would benefit patients by protecting the kidneys, but these results question whether patients truly are better off with this approach.
According to a University of Texas study, Crazy Ants may become the dominant invasive ant species displacing Fire Ants in the near future. Scientists have successfully placed tiny synthetic motors in live human cells through nanotechnology. Generally people who suffer from Type 2 diabetes are not affected by low blood sugar, but it can happen. Because your blood sugar can go down, you should always make sure you have taken the correct amount of your medications and that if you miss a dose of your medicine you should not take double what was prescribed. If you have a friend or relative with you, they should know that your blood sugar can become low and there are steps they can follow to help you get through it. Even though low blood sugar is not something that those with Type 2 diabetes need to be concerned with, it can happen in some cases and the best solution to that is to be prepared for it no matter where you are or what you are doing. Make sure to test your blood sugar levels regularly, eat your meals and snacks when you should, and take the medications that your doctor prescribed properly and low blood sugar should not be an issue for you.
In essence, the major goal of the treatment is to maintain the blood sugar levels as close to normal as possible.
In general, type-1 is a condition of when the pancreas is much less productive in producing hormone insulin than type-2. Therefore if compared with type-2, episodes of hypoglycemia is relatively more common in type-1! The high pressure inside your blood vessels means that your heart needs to work harder to pump the blood around the body.
But hypertension in diabetics are much more common associated with hyperglycemia – as noted before! Although in general it is commonly found in diabetes, it also can occur in non-diabetics (in rare cases). Normally, the release of this hormone is equivalent with the amount of glucose in the circulation.


If hypoglycemia occurs when you sleep at night, your pajamas can be damp and you may wake up with dizziness. It’s quite possible for hypoglycemia to cause tachycardia (very fast heart-beats), especially if it lasts longer or left untreated. In diabetics, the improperly taking insulin replacement (too much insulin injected into the body) is often to blame. About five minutes later, I felt terrible – really mentally tired, shaky, and too shattered to talk or do anything. When the amount of glucose, or sugar, in your blood drops too low, you have a low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia.
Insulin is needed to move blood sugar (glucose) into cells, where it is stored and later used for energy. Chronic hyperglycemia injures the heart, even in patients without a history of heart disease or diabetes. The study, which is a review of data from seven clinical trials, is published in the May 28 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine. Coca of Yale and colleagues searched available medical literature and evaluated seven randomized trials involving 28,065 adult patients who were monitored for two to 15 years. Even some people with type-1 have pancreas that is not able to make any insulin for blood glucose control. It is more likely to occur in people who have a personal history of gastric bypass surgery. It plays a key role in your glucose metabolism. It helps cells of the body to absorb glucose from the bloodstream for energy.
While too much insulin in the bloodstream can lead to hypoglycemia, too low insulin can lead to hyperglycemia (when the amount of glucose in the blood is higher than normal). It is also strongly associated with heart attacks and death in subjects with no coronary heart disease or history of heart failure.



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