Diabetes as a Health issue
It is imperative for the patients to avoid things like stress that might lead to high blood pressure and other condition which piles up to cause diabetes. The health care providers are then charged with the responsibility of looking after the patients to avoid deaths as a result of the existence of the same condition. The providers should approach the patients with care by showing love and educating them on the need of avoiding anything that can raise the blood pressure. The health providers should also encourage the patients to be constant is checking his or her blood pressure as a way of diagnosis and prevention of diabetic nephropathy during its early stages. The providers have the initiative to help the patient understand how to manage the lifestyle diseases (Schena & Gesualdo, 2005).
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Schena, F. P., & Gesualdo, L. (2005). Pathogenetic mechanisms of diabetic nephropathy. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 16(3 Suppl 1), S30-S33.