Living with diabetes is not at all pleasant, but with careful management, expert advice, and treatment, people with the condition can live a full and productive life. Diabetes is a treatable disease that does not have to take over your life.


Diabetes (also known as diabetes mellitus or DM) is a group of metabolic diseases caused by the body’s inability to produce insulin, the hormone that controls the amount of glucose (or blood sugar) produced by the body. A lack of insulin causes elevated glucose levels, can lead to a number of health complications. These complications may include strokes, cardiovascular disease, kidney failure, and skin, eye, and foot damage. Diabetes is a deadly disease that affects millions of Americans each year and claims millions of lives. However, with a healthy and active lifestyle, as well as regular doctor visits, the effects can be mitigated or even prevented.

Diabetes Signs and Symptoms?

Diabetes patients may experience any or all of the following symptoms to varying degrees of severity, according to the American Diabetes Association:

✅Urine frequency
✅Chronic thirst and hunger
✅Quick weight loss
✅Extreme exhaustion
✅Vision impairment
✅Cuts and bruises that heal slowly
✅Hand and/or foot pain or numbness

Diabetes Medication Side Effects:

A side effect is a negative effect caused by a medication. Unfortunately, some diabetes medications have common side effects such as nausea or an upset stomach. Your doctor will be able to advise you on specific side effects and how to avoid them as much as possible.

No diabetic patient should suffer as a result of side effects, and you should contact your doctor as soon as possible if side effects are causing you pain.

Diabetes relief in Houston Texas:

Diabetes stem cell treatments have been found to be effective in studies. weMED Health and our Houston doctors use evidence-based Eastern and Western medicine and regenerative medicine such as FDA-approved Functional Medicine Therapy. weMED Health has successfully assisted most of our patients in lowering their diabetes levels and diabetes-related complications.

If you are looking to manage your diabetes, Call us today 713-572-3888