Is diabetes and heart disease co-related?
Diabetes and heart disease often go hand in hand. Heart disease is prevalent and severe also. It’s the leading cause of death, even in men and women. Not necessary, what is the age? If we talk about a few years before what is the phenomenon of these diseases, then we find these are related to the age factor also. When a person gains some age, they suffer from such disease.
On a personal level, my in-laws also suffered from this disease when they became old, but now the time has changed, no matter your age. Anyone can be affected by these types of conditions. If you have diabetes, you are twice as likely to have heart disease or a stroke than one who does not have diabetes and at a younger age. The longer you have diabetes, the more likely you are to have heart disease. Heart disease includes several kinds of problems that affect your heart. High blood sugar can damages blood vessels and the nerves that control your heart.
People with diabetes are also more likely to have other conditions that raise the risk of heart disease. People with diabetes are also more likely to have heart failure. A heart attack doesn’t mean the heart has stopped beating; it means the heart can’t pump blood well. This can lead to swelling in your legs and fluid building up in your lungs, making breathing hard. Heart attack is a severe problem.
Heart failure tends to worsen over time, but early diagnosis and treatment can help relieve symptoms and stop or delay the condition from worsening. But the good news is that a person affected by a disease can lower the risk for heart disease and improve heart health by changing certain lifestyle habits. Those types of changes also help manage diabetes better too. Recently these diseases are spreading so fast in each and every state or country just because of our food habits and lifestyle.
We are self-responsible for it. We destroy our body, health, and life, not only ourselves but all people who are related to us. According to rumors, diabetes is a genetic problem affecting other blood relations.