It can seem that way. Many people with cardiovascular disease may have diabetes or prediabetes that is only recognized after they have heart problems. In actuality, though, the glucose metabolism was abnormal for some time before the heart disease was discovered, and changes associated with the sugar abnormalities including high blood pressure & high cholesterol likely contributed to the heart disease.
No. Cardiovascular disease will not lead to diabetes, but diabetes can lead to cardiovascular disease. Diabetes is caused either by a lack of Insulin production or resistance to insulin, mainly in persons who are obese.
Can cardiovascular disease or neurological disease lead to diabetes and eventually cause chronic disease?
It's usually the. Other way around.
Bad Company. There's a lot more to type 2 diabetes than high sugars. Type 2 diabetes is associated with high blood pressure, cholesterol abnormalities. All these separately cause blocked arteries, and when combined cause people to have dramatically higher-than-normal risk for heart attacks, strokes, and sudden death. People w/ diabetes have the same risk for heart attack as someone who's already had one.
How can you reduce the risk of lifestyle related diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes for chil?
Eat /excercise. Try to eat healthier food, avoid fast food and high calories diet, eat more vegetables a d fruits, avoid excess salt, fat and simple carbohydrates. Excercise more.
What to do if I am doing a report, and must cover a cardiovascular disease and am not sure how to classify diabetes?
Not. Diabetes is an endocrine disease. Type1-near no Insulin type 2 Insulin produced but tissues insensitive usually because of obesity. Diabetes promotes development of arteriosclerotic occlusive disease, diabetic nephropathy, diabetic neuropathy, diabetic retinopathy, diabetic vasculopathy, arteriosclerosis obliterans.
Semantics semantics. Both youth and adult related diabetes have higher incidence of cardiovascular disease.
Depends. For diabetics the best fruits are those low in sugars like apples, strawberries, grapefruit and others with a low glycemic index. For patients with heart disease all fruits are great!
Not watery or dried. All 'hard fruits', where sugar bound to fiber of fruit, taken with a meal where absorption of sugar slowed by meat fat/ fiber, protein, carries with it important vitamins / chemicals they may be beneficial in dm and cv disease. However 'watery fruits' have sugar in liquid, gets rapidly absorbed, so very difficult to control blood sugars; and benefits lost.
Eat Right! Some of it's genetic, but a lot of it you can control by eating in a healthy way. Limit sugar intake drastically, including fructose and other forms of it - it's everywhere, but you can definitely enjoy eating without it! Stay away from white processed carbs as much as possible, including rice and pasta - these things release sugar into the bloodstream quickly and have little nutritional value.
Good choices. Include weight control, blood pressure and cholesterol control. No smoking, active lifestyle. We cannot pick our parents and genes but we can control some significant factors.