Diabetes effects in Men
If you often drink and has the medical condition of type 1 diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes read this. People with this condition of type 1 diabetes who drink alcohol at the same time can face deadly consequences says American Diabetes Association (ADA). According to ADA, people who often drink with this medical condition and are on sugar-lowering medication can expect their blood sugar levels to plunge severely low for about 12 hours after they had their last drink People with this condition who even took beer during parties can face these types of consequences of low blood sugar level. These people were found vomiting most of the time even when they woke up in the morning due to the low blood sugar level.
American Diabetes Association in this situation recommends drinking moderately viz., one drink only and that too with a snack and do not consume alcohol beverages. Moreover, in order to remain at a safer side after drinking alcohol, check your blood sugar level before going to bed. In this scenario ensure your blood sugar level should be between 100 and 140 milligrams per deciliter.
Diabetes effects in women
Chemicals in personal care products put women into risk of having diabetes
A new study published on-line July 13 in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives led by Tamara James, Todd a researcher in the division of women’s health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, has emphasized that beauty products which women uses boosts the risk of women having diabetes. However, the author of the study cautioned that still more research is needed in this claim. But researchers are sure that some concentrations of chemicals known as phthalates in women’s bodies increase the chance of developing diabetes. Researchers said phthalates are mostly used in nail polishes, hair sprays, soaps, perfumes and moisturizers. Even in consumer goods too you can find phthalates like toys electronic adhesives.
The researcher said more research is the need of the hour to come out with a final conclusion.