10 implicit signs of high blood sugar!

For everyone, the blood sugar concentration changes several times during the day, for example, it increases after eating, but then returns to its usual norm. This is natural. However, for people after 35-40 years of age, such fluctuations can happen more often and for other reasons. This may precede the development of diabetes. Watch this…

Preventing coronary heart disease

Hello. Paul Zollinger Read. I’m the Chief Medical Officer at Bupa and I want to talk to you today about heart disease. Specifically, how to prevent heart disease. Now, your heart is a muscle. And just like any other muscle it needs a supply of oxygen rich blood to work properly. It receives its own…

How do Diabetes Medications Work in the Body?

Your doctor has told you that you need to take diabetes medication, but how exactly do different medications work to control your blood sugar? A medication like metformin works on your liver, this pill keeps your liver from releasing too much glucose. Other medications like glipizide, which you also take as a pill, help your…

Drugs (medication) that Raise Blood Sugar Levels

Hello, I am Ty Mason of thediabetescouncil.com, researcher, writer and I have type 2 diabetes. Today I want discuss drugs that raise blood sugar levels. After you watch the video today, I invite you check out the description box for my new ebook. This is one of the most comprehensive diabetes meal planning book you…