Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The most important information about diabetes

To cause the state to assess whether known diabetes, you first what happens in the body of a healthy person, especially after a certain point of view has recently eaten a diet rich in carbohydrates (sugar and starch). Digestive fluids act quickly to starch, this change, a simple sugar. All the sugars in the composition of digested food from any food in the stomach. This mixture in the stomach then enters the intestine.

The nutrients of the liquid must reach the intestinal cells of the body. Intestinal wall allows the body the sugar from the abdominal cavity blood. This passage appears to be a healthy person and a person with diabetes.

Once the blood has bought sugar from the intestines, then specialized endocrine cells of the pancreas receive a message. It shows that the islet cells release insulin (a chemical that works) on the body's cells. The specialized cells of the pancreas in healthy people to react quickly to the call to insulin. Islet cells in a diabetic does not give the correct answer.

If a person type 1 diabetes, pancreatic cells have the capacity to produce even a drop of insulin. If a person with type 2 diabetes, once the proper functioning of the islets cells showed a significant reduction of the ability to make insulin. In any case, the body's cells do not receive the message that the chemical absorption of glucose by cells more easily.

Since cells can contain a solution of glucose in diabetic blood cells a diabetic needs a power source to be removed.
Meanwhile, if the patient continues to foods rich in carbohydrates, swallow, then flooded with blood, with glucose. Finally, all that glucose passes through the kidneys and leaves the body in urine.

The physiological changes that occur in one of the telltale signs of some diabetics. The patient may complain of the need for frequent urination. The patient speaks often with periods of great thirst. The patient underwent repeated periods of unexpected and unusual fatigue.

These symptoms tend to be people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Some symptoms are a special type. For example, in type 1 diabetes patient in rapid weight loss. Type 2 diabetes, patients often begin to store more fat, and at the same time, patients may also show a growing desire for sweets and starches.

Type 1 diabetes is an inherited disease. Treatment of type 1 diabetes is insulin. He was until recently that produce insulin in order to come in the form of injections of insulin.
Modern medical techniques now allow patients to wear an insulin pump.

Investigations by health professionals to reverse the alarming increase in type 2 diabetes. It can encourage consumption of foods rich in fiber and foods rich in complex carbohydrates. These foods are not flood into the bloodstream as glucose.


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