What Is Diabetic?


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A diabetic is a person whose pancreas does not function normally.  It allows the sugar in the blood to go to an abnormally high level or it can drop to an abnormally low level.  A person who is a diabetic can regulate his blood sugar by diet, pills, or shots.  Some people are able to control their blood sugar by diet only, some must use a combination of diet pills and/or shots.  The diabetic will check his sugar level several times a day with a device called a monitor. Generally, he pricks his finger and allows one drop of blood to get on the monitor strip and it then will give a blood sugar reading.
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What is diabetes?
Is the rise in the proportion of blood sugar, which is a chronic condition resulting from partial or total lack of the hormone insulin, which is a hormone that is produced by the pancreas to help the blood sugar to enter body cells where the conversion of energy to help the body to move.

When there is less insulin in the body, the more sugar in the blood, the body can not benefit from it, is he appears in the urine.

What are the types of diabetes?
There are two types of diabetes:
Type I: Diabetes in children or young people, the kind adopted in the treatment of insulin.

Type II: Adult diabetes, a type not supported in non-insulin-treated.

Diabetes and high blood sugar

What is high blood sugar diabetes?
The high proportion of sugar in the blood in patients with diabetes is a chronic and frequently disabling condition, and the primary objective in the treatment of diabetes to reduce the periods where there is a high sugar in the blood. The extent of the patient from feeling symptoms of high sugar vary from person to person, so there is difficulty in knowing the percentage of sugar in the blood of symptoms during the phenomenon.

Can be defined as high sugar in the blood as an increase in the rate of sugar in the blood of 125 mg / d in the case of fasting, and 200 mg / d.

What are the symptoms of high blood sugar?
Frequency of urination with the thirst
Jink sight
Bnmnmp feeling or tingling in the toes and hands
Slow-healing wounds
Muscle cramps

What are the symptoms of a sharp rise of the sugar with high acids in the blood?
Abdominal pain
Smell the fruit in the mouth (acetone)
Weight loss
Frequent urination
Severe drought in the skin and mouth
Rapid breathing rate

What are the causes of high blood sugar?
Address the large amount of food
Lack of movement or not to exercise the usual
Not taking the treatment of diabetes
Illness or injury, acute
Falling under the psychological pressure

What is the treatment of high blood sugar?
If there was a rise in the proportion of sugar in the blood, you must consider the reason that led to this increase, where possible to maintain the level of sugar in the blood level of natural and by:

Appropriate diet
Do certain activities and exercises
Taking sugar reducers in the opinion of the treating physician

Is there any other guidance?
If you suffer from acute symptoms of sugar in the blood should contact your doctor immediately or go to the hospital immediately
If the blood sugar high for a week and you do not know why, you should discuss this issue with your doctor.
That the increase in simple sugars in the blood for short periods and limited is not serious and it happens all patients with diabetes, but when the sugar level remains high for long periods of time, the danger lies in the complications of diabetes
The sugar in the blood reveals the level of sugar in the body and gives the actual value of sugar.
An examination of the urine reflects the high level of sugar in the body but does not give the actual value of the sugar.

Diabetes and hypoglycemia ..

When the blood sugar low?
Sugar is low when the rate of blood less than 50 mg / dL with the appearance of symptoms or their absence.

What are the signs of decline (decrease) the percentage of sugar in the blood?
There are incipient signs such as:
Sweating of the body
Rapid heartbeat
Lack of concentration
Nervous and behaving strangely unfamiliar
These signs must be taken very seriously and not to be neglected, as the continuing decline in the proportion of sugar in the blood can lead to the emergence of more serious symptoms such as:
Loss of consciousness
If there is little doubt that the emergence of one of these symptoms is the result of the lack of sugar in the blood make sure you check your blood sugar during the onset of symptoms and do not hesitate to take a little sugar dissolved in water or any food or juice if, you do not have a test.

What are the causes of low blood sugar?
Increase physical activity
Increase the dose of insulin
Failure to take a sufficient quantity of food after taking the treatment of diabetes

How to act in the event of a drop in blood sugar?
Prompt treatment in this case if the patient is able to swallow:
Addressing two pieces or two tablespoons of sugar in the water Mmabtan
A half cup of fruit juice
One-third cup of juice from any local, and if these symptoms go away within 10-15 minutes For the patient re-drink the same amount until the end of the symptoms
However, if the patient is unconscious must not attempt to give him any drink by mouth in order to avoid suffocation and immediately transferred to hospital
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Diabetes happens when your pancreas does not secrete insulin or does not secrete enough insulin.  Insulin lowers your blood sugar (glucose) levels.  Depending on if you are a type one or type two diabetic.  Type one is also known as insulin dependent.  Type two is also known as non-insulin dependent.  Normally a type one diabetic does not produce any insulin because of a defect in the beta cells of the pancreas.  Two two diabetics can control their blood sugar levels by diet, exercise, and sometimes pills.  
Also, diabetes could be caused by a defect in alpha cells secreting too much glucagon (which converts to glucose aka. Sugar) or a defect in the insulin receptor sites (your body will not respond to insulin and blood sugar will not be lowered).
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A diabetic means a person who has high blood sugar and can't have sugar.
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diabetes is a chronic endocrine disease, accompanied by an increased level of glucose in the blood due to an absolute or relative deficiency of the pancreatic hormone insulin, and / or due to a decrease in the sensitivity of target cells to it. But even with this disease, you can live a full life. To do this, you need to take canadian insulin  in a timely manner. Insulin injections are the mainstay of type 1 diabetes treatment.

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