this symptom as soon as you wake up should absolutely alert you!

In France, diabetes progresses every year. On the occasion of World Diabetes DaymeOn November 14, 2021, Santé Publique France published figures on the subject. And therefore they have reason to worry the French. Since more than 3.5 million people are identified and treated for this disease in 2020. To know the figures for 2021 we will have to wait until November 14, 2022. But according to data from previous years, Objection There is no doubt that the number of people with diabetes continues to increase in the country. All while following this same curve of progression. However, one of the symptoms to watch out for is the level of sugar in the blood. If it is above normal in the morning, this can have several causes. However, the consequences are not encouraging and medical advice is required.

Hyperglycemia: diabetes in France affects more than 5.3% of the population

Therefore, the number of people suffering from diabetes is constantly increasing. It is necessary to be able to monitor and react accordingly to various parameters in order to avoid serious health complications. Vision loss, abdominal pain or even nerve damage are particularly serious signs of the disease in the case of hyperglycemia. That is why, in France and elsewhere, it is necessary to know how to recognize Causes of a high blood sugar level. When it arrives in the morning especially, according to our colleagues in the magazine My recipes.

In fact, diabetes influences the level of blood sugar in the body, since the disease prevents the body from regulating it naturally. However, upon waking, the body needs a higher than normal blood sugar level. It must produce the energy necessary to get out of sleep. But people with diabetes, in France and around the world, are at risk of hyperglycemia in the morning. This phenomenon is a recurrent complication in the disease.

Our fellow magazine My recipes We cite two phenomena that could be the cause of this morning symptom that should alert us. the congressmen ofObjection then talk about the dawn phenomenon and the Somogyi effect. Somogyi is the name of the first doctor who observed this phenomenon. To ensure that you do not suffer from this type of complication, we invite you to consult your doctor. Only he can perform the necessary analysis. Only a health professional, in France as in all other countries in the world, can recommend changes in your habits or specific treatments to regulate morning hyperglycemia.

How to prevent complications of the disease?

Diabetes in France is not inevitable. Some people manage to live very well with the disease, although it sometimes imposes drastic changes on patients. The latter, in particular, must be more attentive than others to the changes taking place in their bodies. and adopt a life hygiene irreproachable and adapted to a calibrated rhythm. In fact, one of the solutions to combat hyperglycemia upon waking would be to change the schedule for taking diabetes medications. It may also be important to increase or decrease medication dosages. Or in particular to have a lighter breakfast. But again, Objection reminds you that only your doctor can prescribe a new diabetes habit.

In France or anywhere else in the world, no one can replace a doctor to offer tip whatever they are about health. The only advice that anyone can follow with their eyes closed is to avoid excesses and exercise every day. Not eating too much fat, too salty or too sweet and doing sports every day is a good way to preserve your health. Don’t forget to sleep well too.

Finally, Public Health France recalls the essentials of what you need to know about diabetes. In particular, indicating that there are two main forms of the disease.

  • type 1 diabetes, which occurs mainly in children or young adults. It represents about 6% of diabetes cases;
  • type 2 diabetes, which is the most common form, accounts for more than 90% of cases. It occurs mainly in adults but it is not impossible that it appears in adolescence.

But Santé Publique France indicates that there are also other forms of diabetes, such as gestational or genetic. Especially during the course of the disease, diabetes can lead to serious complications. These can affect the heart, blood vessels, nervous system, eyes, or kidneys. Therefore, monitoring and follow-up are essential.


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