Diabetes is a serious condition that causes a person's blood sugar to be too high. Generally, type 2 diabetes is developed later in life as a result of lifestyle factors, including being overweight and eating a diet that is too high in sugar.

If not diagnosed promptly and treated appropriately, type 2 diabetes can lead to heart disease, nerve or brain damage, vision problems and amputation. Below, we explore how type 2 diabetes can be managed and even, in some cases, reversed by adopting healthier lifestyle habits around diet and exercise.

If you have developed complications from diabetes arising from poor medical care, you may be able to make a claim to help compensate you for the damage done. For a free, no-obligation assessment of your case, call us on 0800 054 6512 or fill out our online enquiry form and we will call you back as soon as possible.

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