Every November, communities nationwide try to raise awareness of diabetes during National Diabetes Month. The emphasis for this year is on taking preventative measures to avoid health complications related to diabetes.

When your blood glucose, sometimes known as blood sugar, is too high, you develop diabetes. Approximately 37 million Americans are impacted, both adults and children. Diabetes is associated with certain forms of cancer and can harm the kidneys, heart, nerves, eyes, and heart.

The good news is that you may be able to avoid diabetes-related health issues by managing your health. If you’re concerned about your risks, please contact our office today and set up a consultation. (931) 540-4210.

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