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Current trends are projecting that 1 of 3 people born in the US since 2000 will develop diabetes during their lifetime. And depending on ethnic background, the chances can be even higher.
Diabetes, a metabolic disease which causes higher than normal levels of sugar in the bloodstream. Unlike many other diseases, diabetes is preventable and manageable. Still, diabetes causes more deaths a year than breast cancer and AIDS combined. The key is early detection, proper education, monitoring and management.learn more about Diabetes
Is your diabetes medication helping to keep your sugar level under control?
Not all medications work well for everyone. Let the doctors at CNS Healthcare show you some new treatment options that might be right for you. Begin by making an appointment for a free consultation at one of our locations.
Find out how our promising research programs could help with Diabetes treatment by scheduling a consultation.
The first step is to get an accurate diagnosis and discuss your treatment options. Check out your available treatment options at one of our clinics by scheduling a free consultation.
You took the first important step in finding relief. We can double check your diagnosis and confirm or suggest new treatment options to help in relieving your symptoms.
Diabetes can have a profound effect on your quality of life. Our healthcare experts can provide education about this condition, offer suggestions on new medication and treatment.
Sure, in some cases. It truly depends on the clinical trials we are conducting at the time. Schedule a free consultation to find out more about our current trials.
The most important thing is not to get discouraged!. Talk to your doctor or let us evaluate your treatment plan and suggest alternative treatment options or new medication.
In many cases, diabetes can be managed without medication. Should medication be needed, there are many effective treatment options available. Let's talk about your treatment and medication options, schedule your free consultation today.
Symptoms of Diabetes may include but are not limited to the following:
Pharmaceutical companies worldwide sponsor clinical trials aimed at researching new and existing medication for Diabetes, just like the programs conducted here locally at CNS Healthcare.
The team at CNS Healthcare studies medication for the treatment of Diabetes and has been conducting highly successful medication clinical trials since 1996.read more
All new and existing medication aimed for treatment of diabetes needs to go through lengthy clinical trials before they are approved.
Furthermore, CNS Healthcare ensures that one of our local doctors is available 24/7 to ensure your safety during your treatment.read more
Diabetes, a metabolic disease which causes higher than normal levels of sugar in the bloodstream, is often referred to as "the sugar" or "sugar." Unlike many other diseases, diabetes is preventable and manageable. Still, diabetes causes more deaths a year than breast cancer and AIDS combined. The key is early detection, proper education, monitoring and management.
There are 3 different types of diabetes, type1, type 2 and gestational diabetes.
In Type 1 diabetes, the body is unable to produce insulin, the hormone which converts sugar, starches, and some other types of food into energy. Type 1 diabetes can occur at any age, but is most commonly diagnosed in people before they enter adulthood.
Type 2 diabetes is most common of the types of diabetes, and is caused when either your body does not use the insulin it produces properly or the cells will not accept the insulin that is produced.
Gestational diabetes occurs in approximately 18% of women during pregnancy and is only temporary.
All 3 types of diabetes require treatment. Without treatment, diabetes can cause damage to your eyes, kidneys, and nerves (diabetic peripheral neuropathy). It can also cause stroke, heart disease or require removal of a nerve-damaged limb.
A simple blood test can be a first step to finding out if you have diabetes and with proper nutrition, and exercise, many people are able to manage their symptoms with medication. For those who require medication, there are many treatments available and many new medications currently in development. We at CNS Healthcare are always seeking new treatments for conditions like diabetes, and invite you to learn more by scheduling a free consultation at one of our offices.
Interested in learning more about this new treatment options and medication for Diabetes? Schedule a free consultation with one of our local healthcare professionals to learn more.