High Intensity Interval Training is a exercise regime that combines high intensity short spurts of anaerobic exercise followed by a cool down period. The exercise sessions are usually very short from 20-30 minutes. The short sessions make the exercise appealing to busy lifestyles. The exercise can oftentimes be seen by the shortened name HIIT. Could…

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Subtle signs of diabetes are easy to overlook. People often explain away all sorts of ailments before a condition forces them to seek medical attention. Some people end up living with diabetes for years before they are actually diagnosed. Familiarizing yourself with the subtle signs of diabetes can stall or even prevent complications of the…

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Excessive thirst can indicate diabetes in a person who may be suffering from other seemingly harmless symptoms.  All too often, a person will attribute their excessive thirst to a meal or even dehydration. Combine this with frequent urination which many relate to increasing their fluids and the situation can create a cycle of sorts. Increasing…

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Frequent urination is one of the most common signs of diabetes. Most people blow off concerns about increased urination believing there is an easy explanation for the symptom. The condition is often not discussed with a doctor until it becomes bothersome or a person begins to manifest additional symptoms. Since frequent urination can be attributed…

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Sudden weight loss could mean diabetes for many people. Since weight loss is often a welcome change, it can be hard to view it as something negative. People tend to spend hundreds of dollars and many hours trying to get rid of excess weight, but when unexpected weight loss occurs, it should be shared with…

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Even some weird and unusual symptoms can indicate diabetes.  These include problems such as dry skin, tingling in feet and hands, sudden drop in weight, etc…  Many people try to diagnose their own problems before going to a doctor.  They will either downplay a problem, write it off as associated with something they ate or…

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This article is designed to take a look at the Diabetes epidemic in the Native American Community. Historically Diabetes has not been a widespread problem within the Native American Community. In recent years however diabetes has increased dramatically. This trend has led researchers to dig further into Native American genes and lifestyle. The initial diagnosis…

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Diabetes is especially hard on the Native American Community. When Diabetes is paired with obesity it can lead to the development of deadly diabetes. It has been found that Native American can be at risk due to genetics, diet, lack of exercise, and a tendency to carry extra weight. This combination has lead to an…

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Research shows that overweight children and adults are more likely to develop Type II Diabetes. Oftentimes, a simple diet change can be a way for people diagnosed with Type II Diabetes to begin to reverse the effects of Diabetes. Many diabetics have found a juice diet to be popular after popularity of the movie “Fat,…

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There are some weird signs of diabetes that often go overlooked by people. One unusual sign that people may not relate to diabetes is when their sores don’t heal up easily. Another weird sign that people don’t always associate with diabetes is dry skin. There are a few other symptoms that people don’t normally associate…

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