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The scenarios leading to the diagnosis of type 2 diabetes are numerous. Sometimes following a routine annual medical exam, one gets a call from their physician that they need to come for review of their results. During that review the doctor or nurse breaks the news that the blood sugar was too high leading to a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes. To many it comes as a surprise but other say they had inkling something was wrong but not sure what. Obviously, no one wishes to become diabetic irrespective of the kind of lifestyle and family background. Everyone wants to live healthy and enjoy life to the fullest. However, once you're diagnosed diabetic, living life as you hoped immediately becomes an imagination. One of the emotional drivers following a diagnosis of diabetes is the diabetic being told of the end results of the complications of diabetes such as blindness, amputations leading to being in a wheel chair or being hooked to a dialysis machine. Although it is counterintuitive, instead of getting negative about your situation another approach is to embrace the diagnosis. It is your opportunity to get involved in your health at a gut level. There is overwhelming amount information about diabetes on the internet. There are many Facebook pages, forums and blog sites from which you can get a lot of information. However, when you are first diagnosed you don't know enough about the disease to be able to ferret out which information is usable. You can go even a step further by directly contacting some the posts that claim to have reversed their diabetes. What did they do? How long did it take before they began to see effects? Compare notes from all your resources. That is your due diligence. Diabetes, like all other diseases is dangerous as it very quickly lead to the deterioration the health status of the diagnosed, and lead to untimely death. The thing with diabetes is that it will tell how it is affecting your body in no uncertain times. Following diagnosis, the signs of the complications of diabetes will begin to manifest. Rarely do you experience an all out attack of all the possible complications but as the days turn into months, you develop complications of the eyes and at some other point down the road experience complications of the nerves and so on. There are millions of people who live with diabetes and do their best to enjoy their life like before. Once you know your status and begin to acquaint yourself with your possibilities you can organize your life and follow all the instructions provided by your physician and other health professionals on your team. Being diagnosed with diabetes is not the end of life or a death sentence. It should rather be awake up call to learn all you can about the disease and what other things you can do to help you. In addition to what your medical team offers, you should reach out to nutritionist, dieticians, naturopathic doctors, exercise physiologists and traditional medical doctors who embrace 'alternative' approaches. Certainly look for help using all credible medical and scientific resources. Leave no stone unturned; it is your health. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/9130203

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