This video is part of “Question and Answer Fridays”where Dr. Sarah answers questions she receives on her Facebook page.
Can Insulin Therapy Best Combat Against Diabetes Mellitus?
Though people prefer drugs in place of insulin, they invariably have to go to the insulin regiment later in the life. This is because of the fact that their bodies might develop drug resistance over a period of time. The notion that patients are recommended the insulin therapy in the fag end of their lives is misplaced. Read this small article to get the clarity on the disease management.Type 2 Diabetes – How Beneficial Is Stomach Bypass Surgery?
Surgical weight loss options have become popular especially with obese Type 2 diabetics. Weight-loss surgery reduces the capacity of the stomach to hold food. Most people lose a lot of weight following this type of surgery which usually causes sugar and blood pressure readings to drop due to the weight loss. There is good news for obese patients contemplating surgery, according to the Annals of Surgery in July 2016.Type 2 Diabetes – Focus On Getting Fit First
If you are trying to lose weight, treat Type 2 diabetes or generally speaking improve your health, you are on the right track. We are glad you have decided to do the right thing by your body. Put in the work, don’t give up, and you will be rewarded handsomely in several ways, one being lower blood sugar. Your chosen approach may depend on your goal. You cannot go wrong as long as you are bettering your health one way or another. With that said, we encourage you to focus on your fitness first and foremost. When you are fit and physically active, everything else falls into place.Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 Is Brittle Diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus features reduced insulin production and secretion by our pancreas. Insulin lack causes and allows glucose elevations to become severe. Severe glucose elevations can lead to rapidly progressive dehydration syndromes. Lack of insulin also leads to fat storage breakdown and ketoacidosis, a condition of major acid buildup. These changes can and do appear rapidly and thus we designate Type 1 Diabetes as brittle – meaning that rapid and severe sickness can develop.Type 2 Diabetes – Do You Know You Can Prevent Developing Diabetes?
It may seem like we are making a bold claim by stating it’s easy to prevent Type 2 diabetes. It’s normal for opinions to differ, and many might disagree on this matter. But there are several reasons why this type of diabetes is not only preventable but also one remarkably easy to prevent. When you receive a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, it may seem like it was inevitable. What you may buy into is the idea this form of diabetes is largely a hereditary disease, or your ethnicity makes you more vulnerable to it by nature. But while these are contributing factors to the development of Type 2 diabetes, they are never primary factors. And as such, they do not deserve your full attention – especially because there is nothing you can do about them. It is futile to focus on what you cannot influence or control.