The term borderline diabetes has now been replaced by the term prediabetes.
The prediabetic range is between 106.2mg/dl to 126.0mg/dl(5.9mmol/l to 7.0mmol/l)
When a person’s blood sugar level is slightly above the normal range then this person is prediabetic.
There are at least two reasons why it is important to identify prediabetes.
People with prediabetes have a known increased risk of progression to type 2 diabetes and, second, prediabetes is associated with a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease and death.
Therefore, knowledge that one has prediabetes necessitates regular follow-up with your doctor and also needs early intervention to prevent progression to type 2 diabetes.
Prediabetes is a very serious condition it is an indication that you are leading an unhealthy lifestyle so it’s time to focus on your health and exercise routines!
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