Difficulties with sexual function can be problematic for both men and women with Type 2 diabetes. Researchers at the University of California in San Francisco and Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Oakland, United States, looked at sexual dysfunction in diabetic women so they could begin to understand it better.
This particular study, published in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology in August 2012, included 2,270 women between the ages of 40 to 80. Of the total: 486 or 21.4 percent had diabetes, and 139 or 6.1 percent were taking diabetes medications.
the diabetics being treated with insulin had more than twice the likelihood of having sexual problems than the non-diabetic women.
the ladies with Type 2 diabetes but not on insulin had a 42 percent higher chance of having sexual problems than non-diabetic women.
The women with other diabetic complications, including:
heart and blood vessel disease,
kidney disorder, and
were more likely to have sexual problems than the ladies without these or similar complications.
From this information, it was concluded preventing the complications of Type 2 diabetes could be important for preserving normal sexual function.
The diabetic ladies being treated with insulin were likely to have had more difficulty … Read the rest
• Have you noticed that so many of the pharmaceutical medications (Tradjenta) don’t combine well with other medications?
• Have you noticed that so many medications (Metformin) can and do lead to death?
• Glucophage – Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); chest pain or discomfort; dizziness or light-headedness; fast or difficult breathing; feeling of being unusually cold; fever, chills, or persistent sore throat; general feeling of being unwell; muscle pain or weakness; slow or irregular heartbeat; unusual drowsiness; unusual or persistent stomach pain or discomfort; unusual tiredness or weakness. This is not a complete summary of all side effects that may occur.
The list just goes on and on with nightmarish side effects that no one should have to deal with. Aren’t you sick and tired of not feeling well? Gaining weight? Low Energy?
You can take charge – not meaning fire your Doctor – but you can get informed and take action.
There are alternatives that you can begin, while you take the harsh, harmful pharmaceuticals!
You can take the alternative, until you see results. What results you may ask? Well, wouldn’t it be … Read the rest
Experiments involving rabbits that were carried out at a University in Egypt during 2011 showed that bee pollen can increase fertility significantly, but what about bee pollen and diabetes? Can diabetics really benefit if they take bee pollen as a daily dietary supplement?
It certainly seems to be the case. Pollen collected from bee hives is one of the most complete foods in the world. It contains everything we need in terms of nutrition. In fact, if you were stranded on a deserted island somewhere, you could survive on bee pollen alone, providing of course that you also had fresh water to drink.
On a pound for pound basis, pollen contains more protein than beef. It is also packed with vitamins and nutrients which are already known to be beneficial to diabetics. For example, pollen contains all the B complex vitamins, one of which is Thiamine (Vitamin B1). Thiamine is routinely used in diabetes treatments, so already we can see the benefits of pollen emerging.
Pollen is also a good source of nicotinic acid, which like vitamin B1, is also regularly used for treating diabetes. The biggest benefit however, is the fact that it provides a massive amount of nutrients, … Read the rest
When you find out you have diabetes, that can be shocking news. However, there is a lot you can do to manage your diabetes in a way that makes sure you have a good life in spite of the disease. This article provides you with some tips to make sure you are managing your diabetes in the most positive way you can.
1. Know about your disease. This is absolutely critical. Don’t just take your doctor’s word for how your body is working. Check out diagrams and information available to help you understand what is going on in your body. This will demystify the disease for you, which will allow you to do your blood testing and insulin administration with a full understanding of why those actions are important and what the results and amounts mean to you.
2. Realize the changes you are making are permanent lifestyle changes. You are going to have to make some changes when you become a diabetic. That is known by almost everyone. However, what you must come to terms with is the fact that the changes you make are going to have to last you an entire lifetime. That means that you really … Read the rest