How long does it take to develop into Type II Diabetes?
Prediabetes is a serious health condition where blood sugar levels are higher than
normal, but not yet high enough to be diagnosed as Type II Diabetes.
Prediabetes can take up to ten years to develop into full-blown Type II Diabetes.
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While an unhealthy lifestyle and being overweight can put you at risk of developing Prediabetes there are also several other factors that can increase your risk. These include; if you are 45 years or older, you have a parent or sibling with type 2 Diabetes, you have ever had gestational Diabetes or if you don’t take part in regular exercise. Regular exercise includes being physically active at least three times a week.
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While natural supplements can help you to improve your health and reverse Prediabetes, they are best used in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise.
Medication for Type 2 Diabetes is often only given when changes to your diet and increased exercise have failed to have the desired results. You should never come off of medication without consulting your healthcare provider.