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Literature Review On Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes is a multi system disease. Therefore, it can affect almost any part of your body. You name, I can tie a potential diabetic complication. I'll quickly go head to toe.
1: brain — stroke
2: eyes: blindness
3: heart: coronary disease
4: gi: gastroparesis (slowing)
5: genito/urinary: erectile dysfunction
6: legs: poor circulation
This is just a small sampling! ...Read more
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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Too much sugar: In general, type 2 diabetes is consuming too many carbohydrates, and the body's inability to deal with the amount of sugar that comes from this. This is the type of diabetes that is usually caused by eating and lack of physical exercise, and according to the ada, is prevalent in 8.3% of the us population. Complications include heart, liver, and kidney disease, as well as strokes and amputation. ...Read more
Type 1&2: Type 1 diabetes is where your body makes antibodies against the pancreas and you eventually stop making insulin. It usually presents in young children and teens. Type 2 diabetics make tons of Insulin but they jane an Insulin resistance problem and just keep making more insulin. The eventual problems like eyesight loss heart disease, loss of blood supply to legs, kidney disease are the same. ...Read more
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High blood sugar levels are responsible for a variety of immediate symptoms and long-term complications. Including headaches
Symptoms in type 1 diabetes, usually over 2 to 3 weeks or fewer. High blood sugar levels cause the child to urinate excessively. This fluid loss causes an increase in thirst and the consumption of fluids. Some children become dehydrated, see your md asap. ...Read more
Many things: Work with your doctor to develop a good diabetes treatment regimen. Try to utilize diabetes drugs that do not cause weight gain if possible. Start a consistent exercise and diet program. Eat more soluble fibers (oats, lentils, apples, berries...). Keep track of bs and keep close contact with your doctor. ...Read more
No: While isoniazid is associated with rise in blood sugar as a side effect, that's a temporary effect — and *not* the same as saying that it causes diabetes, which is very different from saying a person has diabetes, where a person is no longer able to process sugar properly. There are no literature or data showing that isoniazid directly causes people to develop the disease of diabetes. ...Read more
Insulin: And diabetic teaching right away! Thereay be a. ...Read more
Exercise: You can exercise as much as you want, and as much as you are able. ...Read more
Discuss with your MD: Virtuallly every patient with type1 diabetes is insulin-dependent because of compromised ability to make insulin. If you are bogged down by the several injections you have to give yourself daily you can discuss other options like the Insulin pump with your doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
High glucose: Normal fasting glucose is 100 or less. Diabetes is 126 or higher. A fasting glucose between 101-125 is called impaired fasting glucose. Impaired glucose tolerance is another term that is based on a glucose tolerance test where the 2 hr glucose is too high (between 140-199). In both of these impaired conditions, there is a high chance of progressing to diabetes. ...Read more
DM and wound healing: Poorly controlled diabetes can adversely affect would healing. Diabetic patients who have undergone surgery must have close glucose monitoring and control to get the best results. This would be the connection of diabetes with keratoplasty, which is a surgical procedure. ...Read more
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↑ed Complications: Diabetes mellitus = elevated blood (& extracellular) glucose. Glucose permeates the cornea & binds water, the cornea becomes edematous, more prone to infection & poor healing. Keratoplasty is a surgical procedure promoted for a variety of purposes. For those with dm, because of the underlying corneal problems, this is an inherently higher risk of poor outcomes. ...Read more
Indirectly: There is the failure of the pancrease (pancrelipase) to produce sufficient insulin, also involves the ability of the cell to "use" the insulin, the amount of gycogen converted to sugar by the liver, as well as the absorption of the sugar by digestive system. However, the more sugar you intake the more stress you place on these organs to do their work. Is the fire worse when you add gasoline? ...Read more
Type 2 diabetes: The first source of information would be the american diabetes association, which has available a huge amount of literature on the subject. One can look up diabetes on google — but be careful that you realize that the material might not necessarily be checked for acuracy. I have recently released an informational dvd called "diabetes swweet 'n simple" which discusses the basics of the disease. ...Read more
Neuropathy: Renal impairment, retinopathy & CAD (independent of cholesterol). ...Read more
Why are some people who are diagnosed with diabetes mellitus not compliant with their dietary regimen?
If only I knew...: Compliance with physician advice (dietary or otherwise) is very individual. Some patients lack confidence in the advice they are given, some choose to eat what tastes good and makes them happy, some lack self-control, some are sabotaged by other friends/family who set them up to fail. The only difference between my health today & my health in 7 days are the choices I make every day this week. ...Read more
Is there anyone who can help to sponsor my insulin pls? I'm a diabetes mellitus type1. I live here in philippines.
Is there a cure for diabetes mellitus(juvenile) expected any time in the near future? If yes how soon would it go public?
I don't know what to do I don't have any sponsor in insulin. Is there any possible way to cure my diabetes mellitus type1?
No but: For type 1 diabetes, we do not yet have a cure, and Insulin is a necessary part of treatment at present. However, lots of progress is being made in our understanding of diabetes so I'd encourage you to be hopeful. In the meantime focus on healthy living and good control of your diabetes to minimize the risk of complications. ...Read more
I am a diabetes mellitus type1. And im insulin dependent. But I'd stop taking insulin coz of the budget. Is it ok to stop my insulin?
There are many ways to properly treat your diabetes and you cannot know which treatment is best for you until you have been examined by your doctor and had the appropriate lab tests done.
At your age you most likely have type 2 diabetes. If you work hard at it you may well get rid of diabetes. That should be your goal if possible. ...Read more