Diabetes in Winter: Does the severity of diabetes increase in winter? These are the reasons

Diabetes in Winter: Does the severity of diabetes increase in winter?  These are the reasons

Diabetes: Diabetes has become a common physical disorder for everyone irrespective of age. The number of diabetes patients especially in India is increasing day by day. Changing lifestyle and eating habits are becoming the cause of diabetes. Generally, when the insulin level in the body decreases, the sugar storage in our blood increases and then we develop diabetes. However, medical research regarding diabetes continues continuously. One of the latest such researches has come out interesting. Researchers concluded that there are slight differences in insulin production in our body especially in winter. This suggests that diabetes patients should be more careful during this period. 

Why does diabetes increase in winter?

Being cold in winter also reduces physical activity. Not only that, our food intake is also high in winter. Hence the pressure on insulin production in the body increases. As a result, diabetic patients may suffer. Also, extreme cold can affect your glucose levels. Low oxygen supply and constricted blood vessels also contribute to an increase in your blood sugar level. Diabetes management is based on  lifestyle changes. Not to mention postponing workouts. Changing food habits and increasing calories are some of the reasons for the rise in glucose levels in the body.

Diabetes prevention tips for winters:

Be active in winters: Don't skip exercise. It is very important to practice exercises or yoga for at least 20 minutes a day during winters. Try to be physically active so that there is proper movement in the body.

Monitor sugar level regularly: Check your glucose levels daily. So, make sure your body temperature is normal. Check regularly. Include foods like leafy vegetables, beetroot, carrot in your diet to keep the insulin level under control. Cold temperatures stress your body. Wear woolen clothing in cold weather.

Reduce  Stress:

Engage in activities like meditation, deep breathing exercises or spending quality time with loved ones to reduce stress. Also, people with diabetes need to take medicines under the constant supervision of doctors. Similarly, diabetic patients should undergo blood sugar tests from time to time. Only then can you fight diabetes in winter. Diabetes sufferers should be careful not only in winter but also in all other seasons.

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Note: Many studies, researches, health journals The information collected from is provided here as usual for your understanding. This information is not a substitute for medical care or treatment. If you have any doubts regarding health, you should definitely consult a doctor. For the items mentioned in this article, “ABP Country'', ‘ABP Network’ Note that no liability is assumed.

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