Diabetics should undergo cardiac evaluation
All those who are suffering from diabetics will be better advised if they undergo a cardiac examination as disease of cardiovascular nature is responsible for 65% of deaths in patients with type 2 diabetes.
IN PATIENTS having diabetes strong post-diagnosis management can bring down risks of having a heart attack in the future. Latest research suggests that patients having diabetes should be having blood pressure less than 120/80 mmHg and fasting blood sugar should be lower than 90 mg%.
At the core, to manage diabetes, patients should keep abdominal circumference less than 32 inches for women and less than 35 inches for men, with blood pressure less than 120/80 mmHg and LDL cholesterol below 100 mg%.
Diabetic patients should not ignore sudden hearing loss
Hearing loss that's unexplained and sudden should be consulted with a doctor as hearing loss of more than 30 dB is considered significant. It has often been seen that sudden hearing loss is accompanied with ringing in the ears and also vertigo.
Exertional dental pain should also not be ignored
Dental pain that's accompanied with exertion but is relieved at rest, could be an indication of severe heart blockage. Furthermore, if there is discomfort in the arm, chest, back of the neck or shoulders, and teeth due to exertion but is relieved by rest should be evaluated to see if it is cardiac in origin.