Why would healing is delayed in diabetes people?

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Linger
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Why would healing is delayed in diabetes people?

Postby Linger » Mon Jun 06, 2016 7:27 am

It seems Individuals with diabetes often experience slow or limited wound healing that can worsen over a period with elevated blood glucose levels. Is it true? If so, why does this happen to a diabetic? and how to avoid these problems and suggest some remedies.

Kenny
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Re: Why would healing is delayed in diabetes people?

Postby Kenny » Wed Jun 08, 2016 7:08 am

Yes, this is very much true. Basically, when your blood sugar level is elevated it can stiffen arteries and make blood vessels very narrow. This of course means poor circulation because of the decreased blood flow and this lowers the efficiency of white blood cells to fight infection. This is why it heals very slowly. Maintaining a healthy diet and monitoring your levels will help to prevent this from happening.

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Why would healing is delayed in diabetes people

Postby RichardGhval » Sun Jun 04, 2017 7:19 pm

I dont understand why you think that people are lying. Whats the issue with books and online courses?

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