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How to Reduce Diabetic Complications?

Dr. Pankaj Mandale 1096 Views
Updated: 17 Jan 2024
Published: 09 May 2023
Reduce Diabetic Complications

Diabetes is a major health problem that affects millions of people across the globe. It is a chronic condition that can lead to serious health complications such as heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure if not managed properly. Fortunately, some measures can be taken to reduce the risk of complications associated with diabetes and aid diabetes treatment. This article will discuss the importance of considering dietary changes, establishing an exercise regime, and getting medical help to reduce the risk of diabetic complications.

Measures To Reduce Diabetic Complications

Living with diabetes can be a challenge, but taking preventative measures can help reduce your risk of developing diabetes-related complications.

Here are a few simple steps you can take to protect your health and reduce the impacts of diabetes:

Consider Dietary Changes

Making changes to your diet can be one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk of complications associated with diabetes. Eating a balanced diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Limiting processed and refined carbs can also be beneficial, as this can prevent spikes in blood sugar levels. It is also important to watch portion sizes and not overeat, as this can lead to weight gain and increase the risk of complications. Moreover, it is important to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day.

Have an Exercise Regime

Exercise can be an integral part of managing diabetes and reducing the risk of complications. Regular exercise helps to keep blood sugar levels in check and can also help to maintain a healthy weight. Aim for at least 30 minutes of exercise each day, and make sure to include a variety of activities such as walking, jogging, swimming, cycling, and strength training. Exercise can also help to reduce stress levels, which is important for overall health and well-being.

Seek Medical Help

symptoms of Diabetes

It is also important to get regular medical help in order to monitor your diabetes and reduce the risk of complications. This includes regular check-ups with your doctor to monitor blood sugar levels, cholesterol, and other vital signs. Your doctor will also be able to adjust any medications if necessary and provide advice and support on managing diabetes. Additionally, it is also important to seek medical help right away if any diabetes symptoms arise, such as excessive thirst or hunger, fatigue, blurred vision, or frequent urination.

Take Care of Your Mental Health

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is key to reducing the risk of any type of diabetes complications. With eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly and monitoring your blood sugar levels, it is also important to have sound mental health. Stress can have a profound effect on blood sugar levels, so it is essential to practice relaxation techniques such as meditation and deep breathing. Additionally, getting enough sleep is important for keeping your blood sugar levels balanced. Lastly, seeing your doctor regularly can help you keep track of your diabetes and monitor any potential complications. Taking proactive measures to reduce the risk of diabetic complications can help you stay healthy and enjoy a better quality of life.

Things To Avoid To Keep Sugar Levels at Check

If you’re looking to keep your sugar levels in check, there are certain things that you should avoid.

Do Not Smoke

Smoking is a major cause of high sugar levels, as nicotine can increase the body's insulin resistance and reduce its ability to turn sugar into energy. Smoking also increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, as well as many other health problems. By avoiding smoking, you can reduce your risk of developing diabetes and keep your sugar levels in check.

Do Not Eat Junk and Sugary Stuff

Eating junk food and sugary snacks can cause blood sugar levels to spike, which can lead to a rapid drop in sugar levels. Junk food is also high in calories, which can lead to weight gain. Eating a healthy, balanced diet is the best way to keep your sugar levels in check.

Avoid Alcohol Consumption

Alcohol consumption can have a serious impact on your sugar levels. When alcohol is consumed, the body breaks it down into sugar, which can cause a sudden spike in sugar levels. Additionally, alcohol consumption can reduce the body's sensitivity to insulin, which can lead to high sugar levels. It is best to avoid drinking for long periods or in large quantities in order to keep your sugar levels in check.


Managing diabetes is no easy task, but it is certainly possible. By following a healthy lifestyle and being mindful of your diet and activity, you can reduce the risk of diabetes complications. Getting the right amount of sleep, eating a balanced diet, and exercising regularly are all keys to successful diabetes management. Additionally, regular check-ups with a medical professional can help to monitor your glucose levels and diabetes symptoms and detect any problems before they become serious. The health of those living with diabetes is of utmost importance, and following these tips can help to reduce the risk of diabetic complications.

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