Type 2 Diabetes Risk Test
Find out your risk for type 2 diabetes. Click below to take a short test from the American Diabetes Association.View the Test
What are the Risk Factors?
Some of the major risk factors for diabetes include the following:
- Family history
- Gestational diabetes
- High blood pressure
What if I’m at Risk?
Contact Your Health Care Provider
Only your health care provider can tell for sure if you do have type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not yet high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. Talk to your health care provider to see if additional testing is needed.
The earlier the condition is diagnosed, the sooner treatment can begin.
What I’m Diagnosed with Diabetes?
Contact Total Diabetes Care
After being diagnosed with diabetes, you’ll need to follow up regularly with your primary care provider until your blood sugar levels are normal.
Also, contact Total Diabetes Care for education and support to help you learn how to manage your condition.
How Can I Lower My Risk?
According to the American Diabetes Association, you can lower your risk for diabetes with some simple steps:
- Manage your weight
- Exercise regularly
- Eat a balanced diet
- Limit alcohol intake
- Don’t smoke
- Control your blood pressure
- See your primary care provider for regular check-ups
Click below to visit the American Diabetes Association website (Diabetes.org) and learn more about lowering your risk for diabetes.Visit Diabetes.org