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Good health is key to a happy life. We should all take care of it, sleep properly, walk for at least half an hour daily, and eat a balanced diet. The routine will keep your cholesterol, sugar, and blood pressure in control. Besides, people do get sick. There are several diseases affecting people; one such is gout and diabetes. Are gout and diabetes related to each other?

One form of arthritis is gout, and it is a painful illness. Gout occurs due to increased levels of uric acid in the body, and it affects both men and women. However, the disease is more common in men. Moreover, diabetes is a disease in which the body cannot form sufficient insulin, or it becomes resistant to insulin. Therefore, the glucose levels in the blood rise. Diabetic patients have to take extra care of their diet and avoid sweet foods.

Gout and diabetes are two different diseases, but if you have gout, the chances of Type 2 diabetes increase and vice versa. Gout causes infection in the body. While diabetic people, especially those overweight, have a high level of uric acid in their blood. Their pancreas makes more insulin. Excess insulin makes it hard for the kidney to work efficiently to flush out uric acid. The condition can lead to gout.

Prevention is better

Gout and diabetes both can rise due to a few reasons. An individual should try to control the health issues which can trigger both the diseases. Obesity is one of the concerns, obesity can cause many illnesses. An individual has to control his obesity to lead a healthy life. Both can occur due to excessive alcohol consumption. Consuming massive amounts can damage the internal organs of the human body.

However, high cholesterol and blood pressure are also associated with gout and diabetes. There are a number of factors. Taking care of health is one’s own responsibility. If you are at risk of diabetes and gout, it’s essential to seek help. To make an appointment with a qualified, caring provider today, call the Internal Medicine Diagnostic Center at 281-252-8600.

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