The Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Diseases Diabetes Type 1 and 2

Diabetes

Diabetes has been and is one of the most dangerous chronic and non-communicable diseases that affect human health and is one of the most frequent and aggressive surprising pathologies of modern society that can reduce or eliminate the quality of life of anyone who presents the symptoms and who does not exercise an opposite managing to it or a suitable care. As early as the fifteenth century BC there was information of the first cases whose symptoms are assimilated to the present illness.

Diabetes is a group of metabolic disorders that affects various organs and tissues and is caused by the destruction of beta cells in the pancreas that produces insulin, the hormone that regulates rates of blood sugar, which causes the increase of these glucose or blood sugar producing the symptoms and subsequently the development of the disease.

Diabetes can appear anytime generally for carelessness in the supply, hereditary precedents, sedentary lifestyle, ingestion of frequent liquor or sugary drinks causing slight or serious physical limitations to the patient like: the loss of vision in one or both eyes, affectation or partial or total alteration of the renal functions, cardiopathies, coronary problems, hypertension, bad blood irrigation specially in the feet which can drive to amputations, hurts in the peripheral nerves, hurts in the blood glasses and hepatitis of the oily liver, between others.

Diabetes is classified as a chronic silent disease, degenerative and because it can be a long time before usual symptoms can be recognized or diagnosed. In case of neglect or failure of symptoms by the patient it may progress rapidly degenerating into acute complications such as ketoacidosis or hyperosmolar coma with drastic symptoms such as seizures, acute renal failure, multiple organ failure and death.

In the world according to the WHO about three hundred forty seven million persons exist nowadays with the disease that they go from the category 1 to 2 and it hopes that of continuing the current trend this number doubles for the year 2030. In only The United States the diabetes is the fifth reason of frequent deaths.

This statistic and forecast is hardly encouraging, as due to the pace of modern life so fast and careless , many people choose to sacrifice for a job and pay according to their needs and material ambitions but because of the strict time they must invest to fulfill their job responsibilities neglect their health through a balanced diet replacing it with fast food or junk food consisting mainly of flour, saturated fat, carbohydrates, and accompanied with sugar-rich beverages.

To this we must add that many experience fatigue on weekends by not getting enough sleep during the week, which leads to a very low physical activity and encourage a sedentary lifestyle. This adds to the consumption of liquor in many cases also the weekend which ultimately leads many people to exhibit the symptoms and the disease.

The main symptoms of diabetes are: an abnormal desire to eat, intense thirst, abnormal weight loss and increased frequency of urination.

Diabetes or diabetes mellitus, as it is known medically the disease is classified into three categories according to the WHO (World Health Organization) are:

Type I:

This type of diabetes occurs most often in children, adolescents and young adults, but can occur at any age and most likely cause appears to be an autoimmune disorder of the body that can be inherited, which makes white blood cells mistakenly attack Beta cells of the pancreas then produced very little or no insulin.

Insulin is responsible for the cells to use blood sugar or glucose and convert it into energy, so that in the absence of this important hormone the body is in crisis producing very specific symptoms of Type I such as: red face , rapid breathing, dry mouth and skin, stomach pain, frequent urination, frequent hunger, thirst, tingling in the feet, tiredness and exhaustion, unexplained weight loss, blurred vision, fruity breath odor, nausea and vomiting .

Type I diabetes is the most aggressive and that can occur at an early age with severe symptoms and control must be much more rigorous permanently supplying insulin to the body to prevent irreversible damage to the eyes, kidneys, nervous system and heart .

Type II:

This is the most common form of diabetes and affects mainly the liver and muscles of the impossibility of glucose or blood sugar to enter the cells and be stored for getting energy.

It usually occurs in mature or elderly adult and develops slowly, which is why the person does not know they have or not caught early symptoms, but these may be the most common: bladder infection, kidney or skin, blurred vision, increased thirst, hunger, overweight, blurred vision, erectile dysfunction, pain or numbness in the feet and / or hands.

The genetic background plays major role in the onset of Type II diabetes and risk factors that consist of a diet deficient in fruits and vegetables, high consumption of flour, saturated fats and excess of carbohydrates present in fast foods or food junk or sugary drinks, low physical activity and excess body weight especially around the waist.

Gestational:

This type of diabetes occurs in one in ten pregnant during the gestation period. It can occur any time after birth and is associated with organic disorders in the mother and fetal death. This is because during pregnancy the mother’s body undergoes changes in their metabolism which lowers insulin and an increase in blood glucose was present, causing an abnormal increase in the size of the baby and therefore may suffer definitive damage at birth.

Concerning the preventive management of diabetes and pre-diabetic to normal people the advice of medical experts are among others:

  • Not often consume sugary drinks, juices and sodas.
  • Moderate consumption of flour and saturated fats, especially those found in fast foods or junk food.
  • No fond sweet, this includes desserts, chocolates, sweets, biscuits and cakes . And especially when the three basic meals do not include fruits and vegetables.
  • Also avoid eating refined sugar and chemical sweeteners in large quantities.
  • Avoid consumption of liquor and especially produced with anise or sweet scents.
  • Daily exercise, at least twenty to thirty minutes of walking, running, cycling or other sports where the majority of the body’s muscles are required.
  • Take at least six to eight glasses of water a day or natural juices.
  • Do not replace any main meal with flour, saturated fats or sweets.
  • Maintain a stable weight and lose weight according to size if necessary.
  • Avoid go to bed late nights and sleep at least seven to eight hours daily.
  • If sweet is consumed regularly a minimal examination of glycemia has to be done once a year and not to think that because one is healthy in the moment anything is going to happen.

Medical care that people who develop the symptoms or the disease of diabetes must have are:

  • Establish a strict diet with the help of specialist or nutritionist. This includes food and beverages.
  • Maintain a stable body weight.
  • Establish a daily routine of physical exercise controlled and supervised by the specialist.
  • Periodic control of  blood sugar (glucose) levels, this can be done through a practical test that can be done from home with easy handling apparatus known as glucometer that yields results between 30 and 45 seconds.
  • Learning to recognize low blood sugar (hypoglycemia).
  • Learning to recognize the high levels of blood sugar (hyperglycemia).
  • Planning meals based on a recommended diet for diabetics.
  • Learning to administer insulin.
  • Learn how to control blood glucose and ketones in the urine.
  • Learning how to adjust insulin and food intake during exercise.
  • How to handle the days when you are sick.
  • Where to buy drugs and utensils for diabetics. How to use and administer.

The most common tests are recommended for people with diabetes in general are:

  • Periodically check the condition of the bones and skin of legs and feet.
  • Become a review of blood pressure at least every year. This should be 130/80 mm / Hg or less.
  • A hemoglobin test every six months if your diabetes is well controlled. Otherwise it’ll do it every three months.
  • Become a review of the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides at least once a year and ensuring that these are below 70-100 mg / dl.
  • At least once a year get a test to verify that both kidneys are working without problems.
  • Every six months should visit the dentist and dental hygienist for a complete review and dental cleaning.
  • Become every year or less an ophthalmological review of eyes specially if there has symptoms of retinopatía diabetic or deterioration of the blood glasses that irrigate the retina.

Today there are numerous natural and medical methods for controlling and correcting the progress of the disease. However it is notable the contribution of natural care methods that except medical methods that only treat the symptoms and complications of the disease, they go directly to treat the root or origin of the problem.

Supported by research carried out by renowned scientists and Nobel Prizes in Medicine awards there is a revolutionary new method that seriously argues that the root cause of diabetes is metabolic disorder we’ve been talking and where traditional medicine treats the symptoms and complications of the disease, but that pancreas of anyone begins to ill from acids, sugars, carbohydrates, excess fats and uric acid common in the modern diet.

The solution according to then this revolutionary new method (see recommended resources), is to clean the body of the pollution caused by these chemicals agents that cause acidosis in the pancreas causing a mess and a temporal involvement of the role of beta cells to produce insulin in the quantities needed.

Additionally, it has been found in this research that these same acids are also active in the cell membrane to prevent adequate absorption of insulin receptors in cells, which produce the symptoms unequivocally Diabetes I or II.

Then the solution according to this revolutionary new method (see recommended resources), is to clean the body of the pollution caused by these chemicals agents that cause acidosis in the pancreas causing a mess and temporal involvement of the role of beta cells to produce insulin in the quantities needed.

Additionally, it has been found in this research that these same acids are also active in the cell membrane to prevent adequate absorption of insulin receptors in cells, which produce the symptoms unequivocally of Diabetes I or II.

This new method will allow you checked other major advantages as follows:

  • Recognize what substances are currently attacking your body daily and seriously damaging the pancreas.
  • What to do and what not to do to normalize your blood sugar levels naturally and effectively.
  • Knowing the most effective fruits and vegetables in cleaning up excess acidic waste and how to clean your pancreas completely from systemic acidosis.
  • Use a proven combination of natural remedies, dietary strategies and changes in your lifestyle that will stabilize the blood sugar and keep it at a healthy level.
  • Restore and strengthen the immune system function by preventing this attack on the beta cells of the pancreas to produce the symptoms of diabetes and not have to worry about developing the disease and prevent others.
  • How to apply the latest scientific advances in simple, practical steps to take in a few weeks your levels of blood sugar levels back to that of nondiabetic and regain optimal health.
  • Learn the best way to simplify the task by a conscious and healthy adjustment in your lifestyle. And much more!

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