According to WebMD, the best way of reversing type 2 diabetes symptoms is by starting early, losing about 5 percent to 10 percent of body weight and working toward a goal of exercising 150 minutes (or two and a half hours) per week. The earlier a person starts these changes, the better his chances of reversing any diabetes symptoms.Continue Reading
Healthline points out that reversing diabetes symptoms is a lifelong activity and requires keeping blood sugar regulated. In addition to eating better, exercising and losing weight,or maintaining weight if no weight loss is necessary, people can take prescription medicines and make proactive doctor visits. Some diabetes complications include blindness and foot amputation, so regular visits to check on the eyes and feet can help keep any problems there from happening or keep them minimal.
Healthline says that for gestational diabetes, women usually see the diabetes go away after the births of their babies. However, while a woman is pregnant, she must keep her blood sugar in check to prevent symptoms from worsening. Also, women who got gestational diabetes are at higher risk for later getting type 2 diabetes. People who have type 1 diabetes must use insulin injections to keep their blood sugar levels in check. They should also follow healthy lifestyles.Learn more about Nutrition & Diets