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Korero Diabetes

He aha koe i te mate huka?

Time: 2019-08-16 Ngā Taunga: 215

    “Why I get diabetes?” Have you ever had this question when you were diagnosed? Maybe you'll go to different hospitals for review, but the results may be the same: you do have diabetes. Don't say impossible. There are too many people suffering from diabetes.


Te mate nui o te mate huka:

1. Ko nga whanaunga (penei i nga matua, nga tuakana me te tuahine) me te mate huka;

2. He tawhito ake i te 40.

3. Te taumaha te taumaha ranei;

4. History o te hypertension hyperlipidemia ranei;

5. Ko nga turoro me nga mate cardiovascular me te cerebrovascular, pēnei i te whiu noa, hemiplegia;

6. Ko nga wahine e hapu ana he 30 me te pakeke; he hitori mo te mate huka mest gestational; te tuku macrosomia (te rahi o te whanautanga nui atu i te 4 kg);

7. Te koiora;

8. Whakamahia etahi rongoa motuhake penei i te corticosteroids, diuretics,

me ētahi atu ...


     If you meet any of the above, then you are not wronged. If you have none of them, don't rush to innocence, because some other reason like fever or stress disease may also lead to diabetes. So, when diagnosed with diabetes, you can be tangled for a while, but please do not tangle too long, because diabetes won't wait.

Whārangi o mua: Nahea e haere mai ai te mate huka?

Panuku Panui: kahore

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