If you long times have diabetes, the higher chance that you will develop heart diseases, and have a greater chance of a heart attack or a stroke.Such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol . If you smoke, get help to strop.

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High blood glucose from diabetes can damage your blood vessels, and the nerves, that control your heart and blood vessels.

In adults with diabetes, the most common causes of death are heart diseases and stroke. Adults with diabetes are nearly twice as likely to die from heart diseases or stroke as people without diabetes.

Smoking raises your risk of developing heart disease. If you have diabetes, it is important to stop smoking because both smoking and diabetes narrow blood vessels. Smoking also can damage the blood vessels in your legs and increase the risk of lower leg infections and ulcers.

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High blood pressure can strain your heart, damage blood vessels and increase your risk of heart attack, stroke, eye problems and kidney problems.

Cholesterol is a type of fat produced by your liver and found in your blood. There are two kinds of cholesterol in your blood. LDL – often called “bad”cholesterol, this may build up and clog your blood vessels. High level of LDL cholesterol raise your risk of developing heart disease.Another fat blood triglycerides, also can raise your risk of heart disease when the levels are higher.

Being overweight or obese can affect and increase your risk for many health problems, including heart disease and high blood pressure.Excess belly fat around your waist, even if you are not overweight , can raise your chance of developing heart diseases.

A family history of heart diseases may also add to your chance of developing heart disease.If you have diabetes, it’s even more important to take steps to protect yourself from heart diseases and decrease your chance of having a stroke.

Taking care of your diabetes is important to help you take care of your heart. Diabetes ABCs will help you manage your blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol level.

A1C test shows your average blood glucose level over the past 3 months.The A1C goal for many people with diabetes is below 7%.

Blood pressure is force of your blood against the wall of your blood vessels.If your blood pressure gets too high, it makes your heart work too hard. The blood pressure goal for most people with diabetes is below 140/90mm hg. And you must also control LDL cholesterol and HDL cholestrol level.

Medicines may be an important part of your treatment plan.Medicine may help you – meet your A1C(Blood glucose),blood pressure, and cholesterol goal.

Reduce your risk of blood clots, heart attacks or stroke.

Treat angina or chest pain that is often a symptom of heart disease

(Angina can also be an early symptom of a heart attack).

Doctor’s diagnose heart disease in diabetes based on – Your symptoms, your medical and family history, how likely you are to have heart disease, physical exam and results from tests and procedures.

And now some points are here to warning/sign of heart attack and stroke-

-Pain or pressure in your chest that lasts longer than a few minutes or goes away and comes back.

-Pain or discomfort in one or both of your arms or shoulders or your back, neck or jaw.

-Shortness of breath.

-Sweating or light – headeness.

-Indigestion or nausea

-Feeling very tired.

Develop or maintain healthy life style habits can help you manage your diabetes and prevent heart diseases.

-Follow your healthy eating plan.

-Make physical activity part of your routine.

-Stay at or get to a healthy weight.

-Get enough sleep.

When you living with diabetes, try deep breathing, gardening, taking a walk, doing yoga, meditating doing a hobby, or listening to your favourite music.

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