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FAQs

What is Type 2 Diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease that is caused by high levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood. Nearly 26 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA).

What are the symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes?

If you experience some of these symptoms for a prolonged period of time, it is important to make an appointment with your doctor to discuss the risk of diabetes and possible preventive measures.

Additionally, it is important to note that many people with Type 2 Diabetes experience no symptoms at first. As many as half of people with diabetes aren’t aware that they have the condition, because it often develops gradually.

Possible symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes:

  • Fatigue
  • Increase urination
  • Blurred vision
  • Pain or numbness in the feet or hands
  • Tingling sensation in the hands or feed
  • Hunger
  • Cuts and/or bruises that are slow to heal
  • Frequent urinary tract or skin infections
  • Increased thirst
  • Erectile dysfunction

What causes Type 2 Diabetes?

There are multiple causes of Type 2 Diabetes, and more research is being done to better understand the disease. Obesity, low activity levels and poor diet are leading risk factors. Additionally, two leading causes include insulin resistance and a process where the body does not use insulin effectively.

Who develops Type 2 Diabetes?

Anyone can develop Type 2 Diabetes. However, if you have a family history of the disease, you are more susceptible to developing Type 2 Diabetes.

Research now indicates that diabetes more commonly occurs among African American, Hispanic, Native American and Native Hawaiian populations. It is believed that this is a result of both heredity and environmental factors.

What is the standard therapy for Type 2 Diabetes?

Type 2 Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disease. This means the disease therapy program requires several interventions: diet, exercise, weight control and medications.

Usually, metformin is the first-line medication.

Depending on individual patient’s response and tolerance, one or two other antidiabetic medications with or without insulin may be added. However, these medications typically have side effects that patients should be aware of.

What is prediabetes?

Prediabetes is the disease state when your blood sugar level is slightly higher than normal but not high enough to be diagnosed as Type 2 Diabetes. A change in lifestyle along with the use of certain supplements and/or medications can delay Type 2 Diabetes.

Still, prediabetes is likely to become Type 2 Diabetes in 10 years or less if not treated with appropriate lifestyle management or medication if prescribed.

Is diabetes reversible?

Usually, diabetes is not reversible but can be contained. There are patients that have occasionally reported they were “cured,” this could be rare and exceptional.

How do I improve my conditions?

Follow your healthcare provider’s instructions.

Take you medication according to the direction. Practice lifestyle management tips daily and keep a diabetes calendar; Use this downloadable 90-Day Diabetes Tracker Calendar PDF to track your progress.

Remember, you only get better if you put real work into it.

Can I get better without prescription medication?

Only if you are a prediabetes patient and implement healthy lifestyle changes, under the direction of your doctor.

How does Diabetain™ help my diabetes?

DaibetainC contains ingredients that are clinically proven to help you to better manage your diabetes.

Do I need doctor’s approval or consent to take Diabetain?

It is highly recommended that you consult your doctor, discuss current medications and review the use of our antidiabetic supplement before consumption.

Are there any cautions when take Diabetain?

Please read for a list of our few cautions.

How long do I need to take Diabetain before I notice the benefits?

Results will be seen within as little as one month.

Would my insurance medication plan covers Diabetain?

No. However, we have worked hard to create an affordable product that fits within your budget.

What other benefits I may see with Diabetain?

Some patients reported cholesterol decrease, weight loss or decrease in blood pressure in our two clinical studies.

Interested in Reading More About Type 2 Diabetes and Treatment Options?

Visit our Resources page to watch video tutorials as well as links to other valuable Diabetes research.

Do you have video resources available?

Video resources are available in our newsroom.

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