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Diabets And Heart

If you have diabetes, is it inevitable that you'll end up with heart disease as well. if you were diagnosed with diabetes, you were automatically categorized at "high risk." But more recent data suggest that, with a little work, you can stay out of that high risk category - even with diabetes.

When it comes to diabetes, the more you know, the better. You're probably aware that it's important to stay on top of your blood sugar and A1C levels. But tracking other parts of your health -- your diet, amount of exercise, weight, and changes in your heart rate -- can help you lower your risk of diabetes complications like heart disease. That's crucial, since diabetes makes you more likely to have heart problems.

Diabetes dramatically increases the risk of various cardiovascular problems, including coronary artery disease with chest pain (angina), heart attack, stroke and narrowing of arteries (atherosclerosis). If you have diabetes, you are more likely to have heart disease or stroke

  • Diabetes and elevated blood glucose are associated with an approximate doubling of cardiovascular disease risk.
  • The risk of cardiovascular disease in people with diabetes can be reduced by lowering high blood pressure and high glucose levels, and using lipid-lowering medications.

Diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) are associated with a wide range of cardiovascular conditions that collectively comprise the largest cause of disease and mortality for people with diabetes.

People with diabetes are two to three times more likely to have cardiovascular disease than people without diabetes. High levels of blood glucose can make the blood coagulation system more active, increasing the risk of blood clots. Diabetes is also associated with high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, which lead to increased risk of cardiovascular complications such as angina, coronary artery diseases (CADs), myocardial infarction, stroke, peripheral artery disease (PAD), and congestive heart failure.

5 good health targets are:

  • Good blood sugar control (Hemoglobin A1C < 7.0%)
  • Good blood pressure control (Systolic blood pressure < 130 mm Hg, Diastolic < 80 mm Hg)
  • No protein in the urine
  • Not smoking
  • Good LDL cholesterol (LDL < 97 mg/dL)

We now have good evidence that if you have diabetes, you have a lot of control over your risk for heart disease.
Let us take a step towards preventing diabetes-related heart diseases.
In this section, you would learn about heart disease, its connection with diabetes, and how to prevent it.

Measures to manage cardiovascular risks in diabetes

  • Lifestyle modification with weight loss measures
  • Customized diabetes diet plan in order to achieve blood sugar control
  • Physical activity to reduce weight.
  • Reduction of body weight by just 7% leads to significantly reduced cardiovascular risk factors
  • Adherence to medication therapy
  • Periodical screening for risk assessment and reorienting treatment plan
  • Reaching the target HbA1c levels
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