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Ang sakit na cardiovascular ay kilala rin sa pangalan na sakit sa puso. Maari itong mangyari sa taong mataas ang cholesterol sa dugo sapagkat ang cholesterol ay siyang bumabara sa ating mga ugat at pinipigilan ang pagdaloy ng dugo at oxygen sa ating katawan na nagdudulot ng kumplikasyon sa ating katawan. Karamihan ng mga tao na inaatake sa puso ay nakakaligtas pero hindi ito ibig sabihin na ligtas na ang tao. Pag ang tao ay atakehin na ng sakit sa puso ay dapat na itong baguhin ang kanyang ginagawa araw-araw. Dapat na itong baguhin ang kanyang lifestyle dahil pag ang tao ay atakehin ng sakit sa puso ay maaring mamatay depende sa damage ng unang atake nito sa kanya. Maari rin itong magdulot ng stroke sa tao dahil sa pagbara ng mga ugat sa utak ng tao. Ang cardiovascular disease ay ang nangungunang sakit na dahilan ng pagkamatay ng mga tao dito sa Cebu City noong nakaraang taon ayon sa Cebu City Health Department (CHD). Ang bilang ng taong namatay dahil sa sakit sa puso noong taong 2013 ay nasa 3,937, ang ikalawang sakit na kumitil ng buhay sa mga tao ay ang pneumonia na mayroong 984 na tao ang namatay. Nasa 400 na pursyento ang deperensiya sa bilang ng nangunguna at ikalawang sakit Continue reading >>

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  1. alex200274

    Hello I’m a type 1 diabetic (22 yrs), and I have noticed in the last year for some reason coffee will cause high peaks in my sugars.
    I’m drinking black filtered coffee. For breakfast I will usually have two cups, and depending if I’m at home or work I may have two more cups during the day. Oddly I’m finding that my sugar levels are getting higher about 20-30 minutes after drinking the cup, if I do not drink then they are fine.
    If my coffee does not have milk and of course no sugar I'm assuming the caffeine is causing it to peak? I just don’t know why I have suddenly become sensitive, should one count coffee then as something as having carbs as part of their insulin regime?

  2. angieG

    Have you tried decaf for a while to check? Maybe that would desensitise you.
    I often work in different homes and places and find that some folk's coffee affects me too (I drink it black).
    Regards
    Angie

  3. alex200274

    Good point! And no I have not tried decaf.
    Another point is some coffee types such as various brands, instant or filtered all seem to have various results. I'm not sure if there are additional additives to coffee that may cause sugars to rise.
    Also I'm not sure if the caffiene causes a release of glucose in the system, can't find much research about this. However I asked my diabetic specialist in a recent check-up and she said only cause for sugars to rise would be the milk but I'm not taking that so she was sort of stumped on what to say.

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