Diabetes, Heart Diseases and Stroke

Diabetes can cause damage to the blood vessels and the nerves that control your heart and blood vessels. This inflammation can cause heart attacks over time. People who have diabetes are much more likely to acquire heart disease at an earlier age. People with diabetes are nearly twice as likely as adults without diabetes to get heart disease or stroke.

High blood sugar levels can damage blood vessels and nerves that control your heart throughout time. Diabetics are also much more likely to have the other diseases, which raise their risk of cardiovascular disease: High blood pressure causes the blood to flow more strongly through your arteries, potentially damaging the arterial walls.

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