Pre-Diabetes and the Type 2 Diabetes Struggle is Real— You Don’t Have to Manage It Alone

By DAWN C. HILL, DNP, ARNP, CDE Central Florida Health Care
IF YOU ARE wondering whether or not you should be screened for Type 2 diabetes, then ask yourself these questions:
• Am I aged 40 years or older?
• Am I overweight?
• Do I have high blood pressure or cholesterol?
• Do I have a family history of diabetes?
• Am I African American, Hispanic, American Indian or Asian?
• Do I have a history of diabetes occurring during pregnancy?
• Did I deliver a baby weighing more than 9 pounds?
Answering “yes” to any of these means you should be screened. Does it mean you are at higher risk? Not necessarily, but pre-diabetes is a very real risk to your current and future health. If you’re not sure how to prevent prediabetes, then don’t hesitate to schedule
a consultation.
We can help you get on the path to better health before Type 2 diabetes takes a hold. If you are currently a Type 2 diabetes patient, there is so much you can do to stay healthy and remain well without any complications. If diabetes is affecting your quality of life, Central Florida Health Care can help. Call today to schedule your consultation at 866-2348534 and we will carve out a plan to get you on the track to better health. This column is sponsored by Central Florida Health Care, Inc. and the opinions expressed herein may not reflect those of CFHN or of its advertisers. BIO: Dr. Dawn C. Hill, DNP, ARNP, CDE has her doctorate with a residency in endocrinology. Dr. Hill specializes in diabetes and proudly serves patients at the Lakeland practice located at 1129 N. Missouri Ave. She received her degree from the University of South Florida, and is passionate about helping individuals live happier healthier lives. To make an appointment with Dr. Hill and the friendly staff at CFHC, call 866-234-8534.

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