Five Coronavirus symptoms that Diabetic patients should never ignoreMay 24, 2021 17:32
Five Coronavirus symptoms that Diabetic patients should never ignore:- The deadly coronavirus claimed lakhs of lives across the globe. Several people without any health complications passed away in India and the Union Health Ministry warned the patients with heart diseases and diabetes to be extra cautious. All those with diabetes will suffer more if they are tested positive for coronavirus. It makes it harder for the body to battle with coronavirus when a person has diabetes which is not in control. As per the reports from the American Diabetes Association, the people suffering with diabetes are expected to have more complications from coronavirus. All those with gestational diabetes along with type 1 and type 2 diabetes should be extra cautious. Here are some of the tips that diabetic patients should never ignore:
Coronavirus is expected to attack the pancreas and it would worsen the diabetes in the human body. Always monitor your blood sugar levels on a regular basis as the elevated blood glucose levels compromise insulin production in the human body.
All those with diabetes will be more vulnerable to infections, skin rashes and slow healing from the wounds and the cuts on the skin. Be extra cautious.
All the diabetic patients who are tested positive for coronavirus may be infected with pneumonia. If the blood sugars are high, the coronavirus will damage the lungs very easily.
A dip in the oxygen levels is also found often in the diabetic patients who are tested positive for coronavirus. Diabetes make the patients suffer from breathlessness, chest pain and other pulmonary problems.
The black fungus infection turned out to be the new threat for the country which is battling with coronavirus. The mysterious black fungus infection is infecting the diabetic patients and is leading to many severe effects. If there are any symptoms of black fungus, the people should approach a doctor immediately. The major symptoms are said to be pain in the eyes or redness in the eyes, discoloration around the eye, sudden loss of vision and swelling in the eyes.
Managing and battling coronavirus for diabetic patients isn't a tough task. It all depends on how the person manages the diabetic condition. All the diabetics who are tested positive for coronavirus should consult a doctor. Keep a track on the glucose reading, ketone reading. One has to keep their blood sugar in control. It should be measured on a regular basis or on alternate days. Wash your hands very frequently. Keep in touch with your doctor. All the eatables coming from outside should be cleaned thoroughly and kept outside in the sun. Mild physical activities are suggested and yoga is advisable.