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Durg Chhattisgarh Diabetes Treatment
Yes, Regarding Type2:
You must aggressively change your lifestyle. Mobile Health games can help. Physicians recommend water, increased veggie intake and walking 10k steps a day. Changing your behavior is HARD! Here is a health game that will help! Commit to tracking your nutrition and weighing in weekly. Losing just 10 pounds can reverse diabetic state.
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Type 2 a few bucks:
You must aggressively change your lifestyle. Mobile Health games can help. This platform is just a couple of dollars. Walking 10k steps a day. Changing your behavior is HARD! Here is a health game that will help! Commit to tracking your nutrition and weighing in weekly. Losing just 10 pounds can reverse diabetic state.
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Depends: That depends on the type of diabetes you have, type I vs type ii, also on how advance you daibetes is, that is do you have complactions of diabetes already such as renal failure, diabetic retinopathy, neuropathy ect... Sometimes diet and exercise alone can keep your diabetes under control, there are a wide range of diabetic treatments available, you and your doctor should discuss your options. ...Read more
Dramatically: The treatment options of diabetes have changed dramatically in the us. Metformin was approved for use in the mid 1990's and since then 9 more classes of diabetes medications have been added as treatment options including a new class just approved in 4/2013. Prior to metformin we had just Insulin and one class of oral medication (sulfonylureas). Many new insulins have been added since then as well. ...Read more
Options: If you are a type 1 diabetic, the treatment is insulin. If you are type 2 diabetic, the first drug to start on (if you have no contraindications) is metformin. If it is still not controlling your diabetes, then addition of other meds or Insulin might be needed. When choosing the Next Choice after metformin, choose agents that don't cause weight gain. Diet/exercise is needed for both diabetes type. ...Read more
Pharmaceutical?: Are you asking about a drug or medical knowledge. Lifestyle is the most powerful treatment of all! ...Read more
Answered Many Times: Diabetes mellitus is elevated glucose, defined by ada as hba1c? 6.5%, optimal? 5.0%. Thus cut all food carbs/sugars, the primary driver of? Glucose, exercise (triggers burning sugar & fat), reduce body fat (sugar from food stored as fat). For type ii, add glp-1 analogue slowly (victoza (liraglutide) has best track record), consider metformin. Most other dm meds lower but advance dm & problems, thus avoid. ...Read more
What is the most promising treatment for diabetes that will come on the market in the near future?
Artificial pancreas: With regards to type I diabetes (and all forms of insulin-dependent diabetes), the artifical pancrease (pancrelipase) "so called closed loop system" will become the most revolutionary intervention ever since Insulin was discovered back in 1922. For those who are recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, incretins (glp-1 agonoists) are showing promising results. ...Read more
Wanted to know where can I find good information about diabetes treatment and diabetes management?
Diabetes. Org (american diabetes association)
aace. Com (american association of clinical endocrinologists)
endo-society. Org (endocrine society)
jdrf. Org (juvenile diabetes research foundation)
or from your local diabetes center, diabetes nurse educator, endocrinologist. ...Read more
Diabetes type1. Is there any treatment? Can a man be 100 percent treated? At any cost tell me please. I have my child 10years and have diabetes type1.
Diet & exercise: Pre-diabetes is a warning sign that one is at high risk of developing diabetes. So, one should reduce all the risk factors. This includes but is not limited to: a healthy diet, exercise, weight reduction, increased cardiovascular activity, blood pressure control, and ongoing medical follow-up. ...Read more
YES!: It's diet, exercise and weight loss. Also, a visit to your doctor for expert advice is a very natural and essential thing to do if you have diabetes. It can save your life. Avoid scams and "natural" treatments, which can only waste money and health. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
Good Diabetic Contro: Good diabetic control and your a1c hemoglobin 6.5 or below. ...Read more
What is the standard of care for diabetes patients? What needs to be done for them besides treatment of the type 2 disease?
It's a package...: Basic answer is: controlling the blood sugar - with pills and or insulin. Target a1c is less than 7%. Other items - ace inhibitor/or arb w BP target less than 135/85, LDL cholesterol less than 100 (so this usually requires a statin like Crestor (rosuvastatin) or lipitor), and of course good nutrition and aerobic exercise. Make sure to see your pcp every 3-4 months for bloodwork, urine for protein, physical exam. ...Read more
What's the best treatment for prediabetes? -If you are on the upper range of prediabetes that is close to being classed as diabetes?
Diet: I would say the biggest thing is to be mindful of your diet and be very careful of how much sugar and carbohydrates you are taking in on a daily basis. This and implementing a more healthy diet in general with more vegetables and lean proteins and more exercise will help keep pre-diabetes from becoming full blown diabetes. Pre-diabetes is close to being classified as full diabetes but not quite! ...Read more
I am suffering from vsd and severe pah with diabetes from birth please tell me about the medication and the treatment process if any?
My dad can't exercise because of his disk but needs to so that he can get the disk treatment and help diabetes. What alternative method is there?
Insulin: Juvenile diabetes is now called type 1 diabetes, an important distinction as more and more teens and tweens are being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes now. Type 1 diabetes is due to the immune system making antibodies that attack and destroy the cells in the pancreas that make insulin, so a person has no or very little insulin. Insulin is the core treatment for type 1 diabetes. ...Read more