Mainous, Ph.D., from the University of Florida in Gainesville, and colleagues analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (2015 to 2016) to identify previously undiagnosed participants who were diagnosed with prediabetes or borderline diabetes
as a result of a study-related examination.
Additionally, she shared, around 24 per cent were found with borderline diabetes
(prediabetes), which indicates that about 47 per cent of the people living with hypertension are at a high risk of developing complications related to diabetes.
Only 3(3%) patients were aware of pre-diabetes or borderline diabetes
The elderly are at greater risk of heart attacks besides this cholesterol levels tend to fluctuate significantly leaving people with borderline diabetes
at greater cardiovascular risk during the cold weather, he added.
Besides this, cholesterol levels tend to fluctuate significantly leaving people with borderline diabetes
at greater cardiovascular risk during the colder months.
He noted he had to be extra careful because of his other health concerns including heart problems because of obesity, detox issues, environmental and food allergies and borderline diabetes
at the age of 22.
There are no defined criteria for pre-diabetes or borderline diabetes
As a result, she suffered from hypertension, borderline diabetes
and high uric acid.
Newly diagnosed patients of NIDDM with Borderline diabetes
in the age group of 30-60 years with fasting blood glucose (FBG) between 110 and 125 mg/dl and postprandial blood glucose (PBG) between 140 and 200 mg/dl and who were not put on any oral hypoglycemic drug/insulin were included in the study.
A 9-year follow-up showed that the adjusted risk ratio (95% confidence interval) of mental intelligence decline and Alzheimer's disease in seniors with borderline diabetes
was 1.67 (1.04–2.67) and 1.77 (1.06–2.97), respectively (Class B evidence).[sup]
The effect of borderline diabetes
on the risk of dementia and Alzheimer disease.
They tested the drug by observing its effects on 2,254 patients across 191 sites in 27 countries, all of whom had 'borderline diabetes
' or 'prediabetes' - an increased blood sugar condition that affects 10% of people in the UK, and progresses to diabetes in up to 10% of sufferers within a decade.