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Diabetic Alert Jewelry - Why All Diabetics Should Wear Medical Alert Jewelry
   Discussion: Diabetic Alert Jewelry - Why All Diabetics Should Wear Medical Alert Jewelry
rosariawetzell · 2 months ago
If you have just been diagnosed with Nucentix Blood Sugar GS-85 Review type 2 diabetes I hope you know there has never been a better time than now to start working on and managing your diabetes. More is known today than even five years ago, about diet, medications and the various short and long term complications. You didn't have any obvious signs, but maybe you had some of the following symptoms: When your body continues to make insulin and sugar builds up in your blood stream, the condition called type 2 diabetes exists. You may have also heard it called non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) or adult-onset diabetes. Approximately ninety to ninety-five percent of people with diabetes have this type. Unfortunately, adults aren't the only ones dealing with type 2, now young children and teenagers are also developing this condition. Nearly 24 million people in America have diabetes; slightly over 50% of these people are men. That means that out of every hundred men you meet, getting on for a dozen of them should be wearing some sort of diabetes medical alert ID such as a diabetic bracelet for men. In actual fact, five or six at most will be wearing any form of medical alert symbol. Unfortunately, a high percentage of men with diabetes have the attitude that they would "rather be seen dead" than be caught wearing any form of diabetic alert jewelry. Those men need to be re-educated to understand that being seen dead is an option that wearing a diabetic bracelet for men (or another easily recognised form of medical ID) could prevent.

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