The Chiropractors at AICA Conyers are offering important information around type 2 diabetes and how Chiropractic care can help you prevent or manage this condition.
Over 100 million Americans are affected with one particular form of diabetes and another 200,000 are forced to receive emergency treatment because of its effects.
Check out the following information to understand what diabetes is, how it develops and what you can do to support your personal health.
Although diabetes comes in a number of forms, type 2 diabetes is the most common as it affects over 80 million people throughout the United States.
Type 2 diabetes can develop over time and affects people who become resistant to the insulin their body produces.
People who have type 2 diabetes are forced to take insulin shots every day to regulate their levels, while also maintaining a particular diet that is void of refined sugars, process carbohydrates, and other unhealthy substances.
Type 2 diabetes is completely manageable and its effects can be avoided with Chiropractic care.
Patients can prevent or control their condition by following through with a particular diet that consists of proteins and lean fats. According to the American Diabetes Association, type 2 diabetes can be prevented by:
If you are interested in learning more about type 2 diabetes and how you can prevent or control this debilitating condition, call AICA Conyers to schedule a consultation within the week.
We can answer any questions you may have, while also providing specific recommendations you can use to support your personal health.
If you already suffer from type 2 diabetes and are working with your primary physician to manage your condition, it’s important to know that our Chiropractors can work with your other teams in ways that complement their efforts.
The Chiropractors at AICA Conyers are trained at developing custom treatment solutions that make the most sense for your current condition.
You can schedule a consultation with our Conyers office by filling out our online submission form or by calling us today at 404-602-0386.