Diabetes Complications

Articles about diabetes complications such as Seizures and Coma, Kidney Damage, Cardiovascular Disease, Neuropathy, Foot Problems, Skin Conditions, Eye Problems

Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage) is one of the most debilitating complications of diabetes. It is a result of chronic high blood glucose which causes nerve damage over time. Glucose is fuel for cells but outside of cells it becomes an irritant causing irreversible damage over time. Neuropathy is a stressful condition because it is extremely painful [...]

Diabetes education is one of the most important tools for diabetes management but perhaps the most important piece of knowledge you can have is to know what metabolic syndrome is. Diabetes is part of metabolic syndrome so to understand it is to understand diabetes and how it is shaped. A standard definition of metabolic syndrome adopted by [...]

E rectile dysfunction (ED) is a major diabetes complication and gets way less attention then it deserves, one reason a touchy subject for some man. I found three studies approaching ED in different angles.The first "Erectile Dysfunction in the patient With Diabetes Mellitus"  a broad view of ED and diabetes; the second "Impact of Diabetes Mellitus [...]