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Friday, July 17, 2015

Complications and treatment of diabetes

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Complications of diabetes causing severe consequences for patients. Diabetes cure effect is expected by many. Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that can affect directly to the body or may cause other health problems or other complications as a consequence of the original disease. 

This article will talk about the direct effects on the body due to diabetes and its complications can occur. It is believed that complications from diabetes can be minimized if diabetics are treated promptly. So this article will describe the best way to manage, control and treatment of diabetes effectively.

Diabetes affects the beta cells in the pancreas

In Type 1 diabetes, the cells are destroyed by the body because the body thinks it is the causative agent. Beta cells produce insulin. Insulin is used to convert blood glucose into glycogen in fat, muscle and liver cells and thus lowering blood glucose levels. Without insulin, glucose levels can not be reduced and this may result in hyperglycemia.
In Type 2 diabetes, the body appeared insulin resistance. This means that your body can still produce insulin but the insulin needed to address blood sugar or insulin is not effective. This will also lead to high blood sugar levels and hyperglycemia

Symptoms of diabetes

• Proof frequent thirst or thirsty, or suddenly thirsty.
• Or frequent urination
• Frequent or sudden Hungry Hungry
• Fatigue
• Blurred vision
• Dry mouth or itching all over the body
• Sudden weight loss

Complications of diabetes

High blood glucose levels are treated by injecting insulin into the body. If not injected insulin can lead to diabetic acidosis ketones. Without insulin in the body, blood sugar can not be converted into energy and so on, your body will seek energy from other places. The body mainly started using the parts as a source of energy. If this continues undetected person may be comatose. This condition is probably one of the most serious consequences of diabetes and can lead to death.
High blood sugar levels are also harmful to chronic blood vessels and heart. This condition is divided into a large blood vessel disease and small vessel disease.
Macrovascular diseases related to the heart and large blood vessels, such as arteries. It is believed that too much sugar in the blood vessels, making the lining of the blood vessels to become rough and scrapes, and cause the fat stick to the lining. This can lead to atherosclerosis or thickening of the artery walls, causing complications such as heart disease and stroke. It can also lead to poor blood circulation circulation.
Poor circulation caused primarily responsible for most of the small blood vessel disease. Small vessel disease involves the small blood vessels such as capillaries that supply blood to the eyes, nerves and limbs. Due to the circulation becomes worse, the parts of the body does not get the nutrients from blood supply and begin to have problems.
A common problem is diabetic neuropathy. This is defined as nerve damage. Poor blood circulation or cause interruption of nerve dysfunction and this can lead to pain, loss of sensation frostbitten parts of the body. The most common areas are the feet, and the care and attention should be dedicated specifically to the foot.
One other diseases of small blood vessels known as diabetic retinopathy. This disease is caused by lack of blood supply to the capillaries on the retina, making the capillary die and the development of new blood vessels in their position. Capillaries tend to wane and blood will leak into the aqueous humor of the eye. This can lead to poor vision and eventually blindness.


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