Diabetes and Hypertension Prevalent in the Asian Community

Wed, 21 Jul 2010
According to new research from the University of Surrey, those of Afro-Caribbean or Asian origin are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes .

Diabetes and hypertension are affecting many of the UK's 2.5 million African-Caribbean and Asian population, more so than the white population.

Weight loss, blurred vision, irritability and thirst are key symptoms of diabetes and are more prevalent amongst Afro Caribbeans than in the general public.

Such diabetics usually develop the condition at a younger age due to their genetic predisposition.

It is necessary to manage Type 2 diabetes via your diet and lifestyle as well as via self-administered blood tests.

Everything you need to manage a diabetic condition successfully can be kept safely in one place in diabetes kitbags from Desang. They are available from www.diabetes.co.uk.

Lots of people use them regularly on a daily basis; many other diabetics purchase these as gifts for a holiday or business travel.

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