As indicated by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) 57 million Americans have pre-diabetes, and the vast majority of them are uninformed of their genuine condition. That is on the grounds that there are not many outward symptoms of pre-diabetes. In the event that you have pre-diabetes, chances are you will get all out diabetes in four to six years on the off chance that you do not do anything about it.
What is pre-diabetes?
On the off chance that your (glucose) level is higher than ordinary – however not sufficiently high to be analyzed as diabetic – you are thought of pre-diabetic. Your body is not productively handling glucose.
Your pre-diabetic condition has not advanced to out and out diabetes, however is as yet genuine. Ongoing examination has shown that some drawn out harm to the body, particularly the heart and circulatory framework, may as of now be happening during pre-diabetes, as per the ADA.
Diabetes is the seventh driving reason for death in the U.S., and a supporter of different passings from coronary illness and stroke. The U.S. Habitats for Disease Control focuses to corpulence and the unfortunate ways of life of numerous Americans as a significant contributing component for diabetes.
How would you decide without a doubt whether you are pre-diabetic or diabetic
You must have your glucose tried. One normal test is the fasting plasma glucose test (FPG). On the off chance that your glucose level is:- –
- 100 mg/deciliter (dl) or less – your glucose level is ordinary
- over 100 however less that 126 – you are pre-diabetic
- 126 and over – you are diabetic
To nail it down without a doubt, take the A1C test. The A1C test result mirrors your normal glucose level for as far back as a few months. In particular, the A1C test estimates which level of your hemoglobin – a protein in red platelets that conveys oxygen – is covered with sugar.
The A1C test ought to be the essential test used to analyze Voorstadium diabetes type 2 symptomen as indicated by a global advisory group of specialists from the American Diabetes Association, the European Association for the Study of Diabetes and the International Diabetes Federation.
What is your danger for pre-diabetes and diabetes?
The American Diabetes Association has reexamined its diabetes/pre-diabetes hazard test with a basic flowchart. It assist you with evaluating whether you are:- –
- at hazard for pre-diabetes,
- a high danger for type 2 diabetes, or
- a generally safe for pre-diabetes/diabetes