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Learn how diabetes affects men and women, and the main complications of both genders



There is a difference in the way diabetes affects both men and women, the difference mainly depends on lifestyle habits, hormones, the emergence of complications, attitude towards treatment, nutrition, environment, stress and other factors, according to a time now news website.


How does diabetes affect women?


Women often find it difficult to keep their blood glucose levels on the right track because they tend to neglect their health while caring for their families. It has been found that women with diabetes are four times more likely to have heart disease compared to men, who are twice as likely to be at risk. You are at risk of developing other diabetes-related complications such as blindness, kidney disease and depression.


Women often suffer from depression while dealing with diabetes twice as much as men find it an additional burden between their responsibilities, their professional lives and the family. It can also be difficult to deal with diabetes during pregnancy, as it affects both the mother and the child. Type 1 they suffer from an eating disorder that is not usually found in men.


How does diabetes affect men?


The majority of men are not diagnosed compared to women because they avoid going to the doctors. Usually they do not want to accept the fact that they are not feeling well. In addition, many scientific studies have found that both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are more common in men than in women. It was found that Diabetes leads to many complications for men, namely:


Overactive bladder.


Urinary incontinence in males.


Urinary tract infections.


The good part is that these complications can be managed properly by consulting the doctors in a timely manner.

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