According to the Georgia Department of Health, approximately 1 million Georgians have a diagnosis of diabetes with an additional 230,000 who are unaware. Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disease marked by elevations in blood sugar (glucose) levels. Elevations in blood glucose (when left untreated) can cause damage to your body. The good news is, the most common type of diabetes…Diabetes Type 2 is in most cases preventable, treatable, and reversible for those motivated to make the right lifestyle changes. How do you know if you have diabetes?
- Excessive thirst
- Unexplained Weight Loss/Gain
- Increased Fatigue
- Increased Hunger
- Frequent Urination (especially at night)
- Blurry Vision
- Increased Infections
If you are having symptoms or would like to have better control of your diabetes, please schedule an appointment today at www.priorityvirtualhealthcare.com.
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