While diabetes and high blood pressure are two separate conditions, they often occur together. This is because both conditions involve a disruption of the body's normal processes. In diabetes, the body is unable to properly regulate blood sugar levels, while in high blood pressure, the heart must work harder to pump blood through the body. Over time, this can lead to serious damage to the blood vessels and organs. When diabetes and high blood pressure occur together, the risks are even greater. This is because the two conditions can magnify each other's effects and put even more strain on the body. As a result, it is important for people with these conditions to be closely monitored by a doctor and to take steps to control both their diabetes and their blood pressure.
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