Rage has a great impact on people with diabetes
Although diabetes is a lifelong disease, most patients are controlled by diet, moderate exercise and rational use of drugs are able to replace blood sugar in an ideal range.
However, some patients have high and low blood sugar levels, often inconsistent. The reason is that experts believe that it may be related to personality and psychological factors, that is, emotional changes lead to fluctuations in blood sugar.
Relevant data show that more than 60% of patients with diabetes due to psychological factors.
Emotional changes such as anger, worry, fear, and sorrow lead to mental stress and acute psychological conflicts, especially anger affects diabetic patients the most.
This is because the sympathetic nerves of the violent harassment are highly nervous and excited, and the body must respond quickly to cope with external stimuli.
At the distal end, under the contraction of the brain, the release of catecholamines increases, and the adrenal glands secrete more adrenaline than normal.
When the hormone is excessively secreted, the glycogen in the liver is converted into glucose and released into the blood to increase the blood glucose concentration. Instead, in order to ensure the body’s energy needs in the emergency, the body will inhibit the secretion of the intake, which is an absolute average.Blood sugar has risen further.
After a violent person’s anger, insulin secretion can quickly return to normal, causing the decline in blood sugar to drop, but the weight of diabetic patients is generally difficult to secrete enough insulin, so blood sugar will remain at a high level.
Over time, the condition of diabetic patients may worsen.
Therefore, people with diabetes must be good at controlling emotions, especially when they are not angry.