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Rajesh 's grandfather was feeling thirsty most of time . He was feeling tired and had excess of urination.  Rajesh took him to doctor. Doctor gave him medicine and asked him to  do walking everyday.  Doctor advised him to take artificial sweetener instead of sugar. 

1)What values are associated with Rajesh 

2)  What re the advantages of artificial sweetener and exercise in diabetes?


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Excessive thirst (also called polydipsia) and increased urination (also known as polyuria) are classic diabetes symptoms. When you have diabetes, excess sugar (glucose) builds up in your blood. ... If your kidneys can't keep up, the excess sugar is excreted into your urine, dragging along fluids from your tissues.
This triggers more frequent urination, which may leave you dehydrated. As you drink more fluids to quench your thirst, you'll urinate even more. Fatigue

You may feel fatigued. Many factors can contribute to this. They include dehydration from increased urination and your body's inability to function properly, since it's less able to use sugar for energy needs.

Weight loss

Weight fluctuations also fall under the umbrella of possible diabetes signs and symptoms. When you lose sugar through frequent urination, you also lose calories. At the same time, diabetes may keep the sugar from your food from reaching your cells — leading to constant hunger. The combined effect is potentially rapid weight loss, especially if you have type 1 diabetes.

Blurred vision

Diabetes symptoms sometimes involve your vision. High levels of blood sugar pull fluid from your tissues, including the lenses of your eyes. This affects your ability to focus.


Natural & artificial sweeteners that won't affect blood sugar. ... With the exception of aspartame, none of the sweeteners can actually be broken down by the body, which is why they won't affect your blood sugar. Instead, they'll pass through your systems without being digested, so they provide no extra calories.
These include saccharin, sucralose and aspartame. Others sweeteners are refined from chemicals found in plants, such as stevia and xylitol. Collectively, sweeteners are being consumed in increasing amounts with most diet or low-calorie food and drink containing some form of non-nutritive sweetener.


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