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How to celebrate World Diabetes Day

Posted in Diabetes 11 Nov, 2010

Celebrating a day marked for a serious health condition may sound like a contradiction of terms but there is a method to the madness. World Diabetes Day is the primary global awareness campaign for diabetes. Since 1991 WDD has been celebrated every year on November 14, usually to a specific theme related to diabetes. Topics covered in the past have included diabetes and human rights, diabetes and lifestyle, and the costs of diabetes.

You may think that such a condition may inhibit you from leading a healthy active lifestyle. That’s not strictly true; if medication is used as prescribed and you monitor your blood sugar levels you can continue to keep active and enjoy recreational activities. But what about being intimate? Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes can lead to complications during sexual activity. It is thought that up to 50% of men and 25% of women may suffer from some kind of sexual dysfunction or low libido as a result of the condition. Reports have even suggested that almost 1 third of men with diabetes experience frequent erectile dysfunction.

Levitra, a well-established prescription impotence tablet, is considered the most appropriate antidote for men with diabetes. Levitra has been proven to be more effective for men who suffer from high cholesterol and high blood pressure, 2 other underlying health conditions that are associated with diabetes. Instead of turning down sex because you are worried that you may not perform at your best, place an order for Levitra tablets. By using Levitra you can continue to enjoy a healthy sex life for years to come. Surely, that’s worth celebrating.

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