Type 2 Diabetes is a common disease which occurs when your body cannot maintain proper insulin levels.
This results in your pancreas making too much insulin, and then consequently, not having enough. Although the complications from Type 2 Diabetes can be severe, prevention and catching it early make a world of difference.
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Mothers talk about sleep the way someone who is starving talks about food. Fatigue can overshadow your life, making everything seem like too much trouble.
― Kathleen A. Kendall-Tackett
We’ve all been there.
There are times that we maintain a balanced, sufficient sleep schedule and still end up exhausted. Our bodies are complex mechanisms that can be quite finicky at times. It’s a frustrating feeling, not being able to get the energy you need despite a full night of rest.
Continue reading 6 Sneaky Reasons You’re Tired That Have Nothing to Do with Sleep
Does being diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder put us at risk for developing cardiovascular disease?
Recent clinical studies have shown that there is in fact a correlation between Major Depressive Disorder and Coronary Heart Disease. Those that have been diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder are at a much higher risk of developing Coronary Heart Disease, accompanied by a higher mortality rate. Research has shown that 15-20% of those who experience a myocardial infarction met the criteria for having Major Depressive Disorder.
The tricky part lies in determining if one condition is a primary trigger for the other.
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