Prevention Of Complications Of Eye Disorders In Diabetics?
Based on the information about diabetes mellitus that I got, after a long term without adequate treatment it can lead to various chronic complications such as eye disorders with the potential to result in blindness, now my father is now 50 years old and has had diabetes for a long time, treatment was not regular, and often change drugs, at most take 1 bottle of medicine when it’s finished changing to another drug is not a good medicine, can my father get blindness in his eyes because my father also has his eyes because he is afraid of going blind. r nHis 2nd command. r n Is there a special exercise program for people with diabetes? If there is a sports program?
From the info you convey,
1. Complications of diabetes in the eye can occur to anyone, especially in patients whose blood sugar cannot be controlled. Irregular treatment and not undergoing routine control will cause small blood vessel disorders and affect the vision system which ultimately results in blindness, gloucoma, or cataracts.
Apart from complications in the eye, diabetes can also cause complications in target organs, such as the heart, brain, kidneys, liver or body systems, muscles and blood vessels.
Therefore, routine control is needed and it is necessary to control blood sugar levels to normal, to prevent the risk of unexpected complications.
2. Treatment of diabetes, in addition to using drugs, it is also necessary to change a healthy lifestyle and diet that supports the treatment period for patients with diabetes, such as:
a.Get regular exercise
c. limiting carbohydrates
d. avoid stress
e. enough sleep
f. lose weight
So that there is no special sports advice for patients with diabetes, only recommended to exercise regularly according to ability, and be serious. Swimming, cycling in static, or exercising in old age on a regular basis will greatly benefit the control of diabetes during the treatment period.
Discuss with the doctor who treats your father to get information on your father's current clinical condition and treatment of diabetes patients at home.
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