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Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

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What is the diabetes?
Diabetes is a disease of the pancreas that is an organ behind the stomach. Normally, the pancreas releases a substance into the blood called insulin. Insulin helps the body use sugar and simple fats that break down from the food we eat.
When a person has diabetes, the pancreas may:

Do not make insulin.
Produces just a little insulin. OR,
Produces insulin but it does not work as it should.
Diabetes is a life-long disease. People with diabetes must manage their disease to stay healthy.

What is the relationship between diabetes and high blood pressure?
Diabetes is associated with an increased risk of developing high blood pressure. Untreated blood pressure can affect your kidneys, eyesight, and heart.
Some high blood pressure medicines affect your blood glucose (sugar) levels. You should talk to your health care provider about the medicines you are taking.

What are the symptoms of high blood pressure?
There are usually no symptoms. You should have your blood pressure checked regularly.
How can I control my blood pressure?
The most important ways to control blood pressure are:
Change your diet by limiting salt and reducing alcohol consumption. (You can create a plan with your health care provider.)
Exercise regularly
Maintain a healthy weight or lose weight if you need to
Take medicine if necessary
Why is diet important?
Diet is key in managing diabetes because it can help you:
Control blood glucose levels
keep a healthy weight
Avoid health problems, such as high blood pressure, caused by diabetes
How can I change my diet?
Eat more:
Thin meats (baked, roasted, or cooked instead of fried)
Fresh fruits (no added sugar)
Vegetables (no added salt)
Simple rice, pasta and breads
Eat less:

Sodium and salt (Salt is a form of sodium, a mineral that occurs naturally in food.)
Deli meats
Fats (butter, margarine, salad dressings)
Fatty food
Dairy products
Fried food
Salty light meals
How can I eat less salt?
Eat less:
Table salt
Canned food
Frozen and boxed potato, rice and pasta mixes
Salty light meals
Instead, select:

Meals marked "sodium free," "low sodium," or "no salt."
Herbs and spices to flavor foods
Salt substitutes (ask your healthcare provider first.)
How can I exercise more?
First, check with your healthcare provider before starting an exercise program.
Choose activities that you enjoy such as walking, cycling, or swimming.
Start slowly and increase your activity as far as you can tolerate.
How can I lose weight?
In order to lose weight you must eat fewer calories than your body burns. You can eat fewer calories by changing your diet. You can burn more calories by exercising more.
The best weight loss programs combine changes in diet and exercise. Here are some tips:

First, talk to your healthcare provider about planning a weight loss program. People with diabetes need to follow specific diets and an exercise guide.
Think about your eating habits. You might be able to change your eating habits to prevent you from gaining weight.
Maintain a regular meal schedule.
Plan ahead. Make a list of things to do when you feel like eating ... except eat!
Stay on track. Continue to make good changes in your lifestyle.