What are some prescription drugs a doctor might prescribe for a diabetic?

You may be wondering whether or not there are certain prescription drugs that a doctor might prescribe for somebody who's been diagnosed with diabetes. While it's certainly true that there are several prescription drugs that are commonly prescribed to diabetics, this is ultimately a discussion you need to have directly with your doctor. However, there's a lot that you can be doing starting right now to reverse the effects of type II diabetes.

More than anything else, you need to realize that the symptoms associated with diabetes are heavily influenced by the type of food you eat, and whether or not you lead a sedentary lifestyle. That means that if you're somebody who eats somewhat recklessly, and you don't get a lot of exercise, you have to start making some changes to your lifestyle.

For starters, try not to consume more than 75 grams of carbohydrates at any given meal. The reason why this is so important is because the amount of carbohydrates that you consume during a meal will inevitably get converted into sugar. If your pancreas is not producing sufficient levels of insulin to cope with this sugar, you begin to experience many of the negative side effects associated with diabetes.

Next, it's important to get more exercise. A lot of people get hung up on this and assume that this means they need to spend hours every day exercising. Nothing could be further from the truth. Twenty to forty minutes of daily exercise can have a dramatic impact on your overall health and wellness.

Finally, to the extent your doctor feels as if though diet and exercise are not enough, you may be placed on a prescription drug that can help your body better cope with the effects of diabetes. As mentioned before, a discussion about specific prescription drugs is best had with your doctor. However, keep in mind there's a lot that you can do to reverse the effects of diabetes in as little as 30 days.

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