How to maintain skin for diabetics in the fall

I was diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes and put on Metformin on June 26th, 2019. I started some diabetes diet and followed it 100% for a few weeks and could not get my blood sugar to go below 140. Finally i began to panic and called my doctor, he told me to get used to it. He said I would be on metformin my whole life and eventually insulin. At that point i knew something wasn’t right and began to do a lot of research. Then I found a diabetes website http://www.wellhealthplans.com/diabetestreatmentvideo I read that article from end to end because everything the writer was saying made absolute sense. I started the diet that day and the next morning my blood sugar was down to 100 and now i have a fasting blood sugar between Mid 70’s and the 80’s. My doctor took me off the metformin after just three week of being on this lifestyle change. I have lost over 30 pounds and 6+ inches around my waist in a month. The truth is we can get off the drugs and help myself by trying natural methods

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Dry autumn season, skin dehydration will easily cause itching and peeling skin conditions. Diabetics itchy skin may lead to skin lesions, therefore, it is necessary to do a good job of skin maintenance. So, how to maintain the skin of diabetics in autumn?

1, regular monitoring of blood sugar

In diabetics with poor long-term blood glucose control, peripheral neuropathy due to the toxic effects of glucose can also lead to abnormal skin sensations in peripheral areas. Once peripheral neuropathy has developed, the itchy sensation can be treated symptomatically, even if blood glucose control is good. Peripheral neuropathy can lead to sensory hypersensitivity (i.e., amplification of the itchy sensation), along with a dulling and disappearance of the pain sensation. As a result, scratching desperately at the itch, the skin scratches itself and feels nothing, making it easy to get infected. If the infection progresses deeper, causing gangrene in the limb, it can eventually lead to amputation. Therefore, frequent monitoring of blood glucose can find problems and treatment in a timely manner, milder cases can be tested once every half a month, more serious cases can be tested 3-5 days or once a day.

2, diet appropriate

Although skin lesions have no special dietary requirements, diabetics can easily cause blood sugar spikes that can cause skin lesions or interfere with the healing of existing skin lesions if they don’t pay attention to dietary restrictions. Excessive consumption can also cause a spike in blood sugar, and this fluctuation can worsen the condition. Therefore, although some diabetics may have lower blood glucose than usual in autumn, they should not be paralyzed and should strictly follow the diabetic diet principles.

3、Drink more water

For prevention, drink plenty of plain water and eat vitamin-containing vegetables to improve the nutritional status of the skin and increase its elasticity. From a causal point of view, blood sugar should be controlled to bring it to the target level. Regular check-ups should be carried out, itchy symptoms should be treated early.

4, promote light diet

Eat plenty of fresh vegetables, fruits and high-fiber foods such as cabbage, celery, greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, winter squash, radishes, carrots, spinach, apples, lychees and bananas. These foods can shorten the retention time of waste in the intestines, increase the frequency of defecation, improve intestinal function and eliminate constipation, relieve itching.

I was diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes and put on Metformin on June 26th, 2019. I started some diabetes diet and followed it 100% for a few weeks and could not get my blood sugar to go below 140. Finally i began to panic and called my doctor, he told me to get used to it. He said I would be on metformin my whole life and eventually insulin. At that point i knew something wasn’t right and began to do a lot of research. Then I found a diabetes website http://www.wellhealthplans.com/diabetestreatmentvideo I read that article from end to end because everything the writer was saying made absolute sense. I started the diet that day and the next morning my blood sugar was down to 100 and now i have a fasting blood sugar between Mid 70’s and the 80’s. My doctor took me off the metformin after just three week of being on this lifestyle change. I have lost over 30 pounds and 6+ inches around my waist in a month. The truth is we can get off the drugs and help myself by trying natural methods

Click Here to Watch the Diabetes Treatment Video

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