Diabetes Questions & Answers

Diabetes is a clinical disease that entails complications with blood sugar levels and pancreas-secreted insulin hormone. Your pancreas is an organ near your stomach that produces the insulin hormone to help bring extra blood sugar away from your bloodstream and into your energy cells.

Your body uses fructose (glucose) as an energy source, and as you eat sugar and sugar in food, your pancreas produces insulin hormone to hold blood sugar levels in order.

High blood sugar levels arise when your cells can’t react to insulin properly or your pancreas can’t generate sufficiently. Over time, elevated blood sugar levels become diabetes.

What’s diabetes symptom?

Diabetes signs differ, but can include:

  • Tiredness
  • Frustration
  • Usual urination
  • Perception concerns
  • Weight loss unexplained
  • You can also feel extreme hunger and thirst.

What are common diabetes types?

Prediabetes means that the blood sugar levels are above normal, but not as extreme as diabetes. Over time, prediabetes will become type 2 diabetes if blood sugar levels begin to increase.

Type 2 diabetes is the most prevalent type of diabetes which happens when the body doesn’t generate enough insulin or doesn’t react adequately to insulin, contributing to excess blood sugar.

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease involving a malfunctioning immune system and unintentionally targeting the pancreatic cells that produce the insulin hormone needed to control blood sugar.

Gestational diabetes is diabetes which develops during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes is typically gone after birth.

What’s behind diabetes?

Diabetes production may include many influences, such as:

  • Aging
  • Abesity
  • Non-activity
  • Genesis
  • Hormone
  • Past of families
  • Other medical disorders, e.g. allergic and elevated cholesterol.

Diabetes may cause problems including nerve injury or heart failure.

Why was diabetes treated?

Dr. Ejeckam provides useful, validated strategies that help you treat and monitor your diabetes. Insulin, oral drugs

Lifestyle improvements such as diet, health and exercise, avoidance of smoking, weight reduction, sleep quality and stress control

Antioxidant supplementation

Tracking blood sugar

Dr. Ejeckam evaluates essential components that are frequently ignored and can exacerbate the diabetes, including food deficits, fatigue, and inadequate sleep quality.

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