Are Your Glucose Levels Unstable? Watch for These 7 Red Flags in Diabetes.



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Learns signs to watch for in diabetes care that requires immediate medical attention.

As many as 25% of all adults over the age of 60 are currently living with diabetes – a  demanding disease that should never go untreated and that requires careful, ongoing management. If neglected, diabetes can lead to heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blindness, and even amputation.

Managing diabetes is an everyday occurrence, and there will be certain days that you naturally will feel better than others. Contact us online or call us at (866) 940-4343 to learn how we can help you keep your loved one’s diabetes under control.

Yet, there are some particular diabetes effects that should never be ignored, and that call for the immediate attention of a physician: 

  • Urinating frequently
  • Feeling extremely hungry or thirsty
  • Feelings similar to drunkenness
  • Unusual behaviors, which may also indicate low blood sugar
  • Infections, bloody or swollen gums, or foot sores
  • Sudden changes in the eyes: vision, pain, or seeing lights or spots floating within the field of vision
  • Any signs that could indicate heart problems or disease

For more information on critical diabetes warning signs, click here.

Older adults and their loved ones will likely find that, as they age, the need for help at home in many areas of daily living will increase, particularly if they are diagnosed with a chronic condition such as diabetes. The Santa Rosa home care experts at Hired Hands Homecare provide assistance with a wide range of needs, such as reminders for medications and glucose testing, scheduling and providing transportation to regular medical checkups, planning and preparing meals, and help with personal care, housework and laundry, and more.

Contact the elderly care Santa Rosa families trust at Hired Hands Homecare to learn more! Our customized elderly care solutions are available throughout several California counties, with as much or as little assistance provided as needed. Call us at (866) 940-4343 to schedule a free in-home consultation and take the first step towards a better quality of life for your senior loved one.





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