Patient was instructed to drink more water. Water helps remove the excess glucose from your urine and helps you avoid dehydration. Exercise more. Exercise will help to lower your blood glucose, (blood glucose over 300 mg/dL do NOT exercise). Change your eating habits. Make sure you are following your meal plan, exercise program and medicine schedule.
Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Glucose tolerance progressively declines with age, leading to a high prevalence of type 2 diabetes and post challenge hyperglycemia in the older population. Age-related glucose intolerance in humans is often accompanied by insulin.
Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Careful control is needed to reduce the risk of long term complications. This is theoretically achievable with a combinations of diet, exercises, and weight loss, various diabetic drugs, and insulin use.
Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The way diabetes is managed changes with age. Insulin production decrease because of age-related impairment of pancreatic beta cells. Additionally insulin resistance increase because of the loss of lean tissue and the accumulation of fat, particularly intra-abdominal fat, and the decreased tissue sensitivity to insulin.
Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Diabetes can be reduced making changes in diet and increasing physical activity. It is recommended to maintain an healthy weight having a modest fat intake and eating sufficient fiber.
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