Diabetes and commonly called diabetes is a growing disease that continues to affect many people.
An estimated 422.2 million people worldwide suffer from this disease.
In Pakistan alone, about 1.5 to 200,000 people are disabled by diabetes each year. According to a recent study,
one in four people in Pakistan has diabetes, and this number is increasing rapidly.
diabetes is the eighth leading cause of death in Pakistan, and the number of deaths has increased by 50% since 2005. According to health experts, the causes of diabetes are obesity, smoking and inactivity.
The human body has a pancreas just below the stomach, which produces a hormone called insulin, which limits the amount of glucose and at the same time makes it possible for our organs to obtain glucose through the blood.
If this is not the case, then the fat in the human body is still the only source of energy.
Diabetes is mainly due to the inability of the pancreas to work properly, the inability to release the required amount of insulin, or the cells to stop working with insulin. In both cases, the amount of glucose in the blood is unbalanced,
which will have an adverse effect on all organs, and the worst The effect is on blood vessels.
There are basically two types of diabetes. The first is that the human body does not produce insulin at all. This disease can appear at any time, but usually people have diabetes since childhood.
The treatment is to take insulin regularly,
but at the same time, it is important to pay attention to blood The glucose content in the so that you can ingest the correct amount of insulin. In some cases, blood sugar levels may be too high or too low, so caution is required.
In type 2 diabetes, the chemical components that interact with insulin in cells and tissues cannot function properly, causing the system to function only after insulin arrives. The amount of insulin cannot be estimated, and the result is that the body cannot obtain the correct amount of glucose.
The result may be too much or insufficient glucose, this type of diabetes is more common.
Common symptoms of diabetes include blurred vision, dizziness, thirst, rapid weight loss, loss of appetite and excessive urination. These symptoms also need to be taken care of,
and it is also important to pay attention to diabetes and check for diabetes from time to time. Men and women over 40 years of age are more careful than those with diabetes.
Diabetes affects the entire body and can cause serious long-term problems,
such as affecting the eyes and vision, high blood pressure or hypertension, and the resulting heart disease, skin disease,
especially the entire body. There is no cure for leg injuries. Kidney disease,
in addition to affecting veins and arteries, can also cause many life-threatening diseases.
Diabetes and heart disease seem to be two different things, but this is the fact that most people with diabetes suffer from multiple complications. Heart disease is one of the main complications. According to medical experts,
the number of patients with high blood pressure and diabetes is increasing rapidly. Seriously,
To prevent diabetes, it is important to avoid weight gain, get enough sleep, get up during the day,
go to bed at night, maintain a balanced diet, eat appropriate protein from vegetables, and avoid eating high-fat and starchy foods.
Avoid eating meat, frozen fat, butter, vegetable oil, and margarine, because they increase cholesterol levels. It is best to eat nuts such as peanuts, olive oil, canola oil, fat or oily fish.
Especially the habit of exercising at least 30 minutes a day. All doctors agree that if diabetes makes exercise part of their daily work, he or she will enjoy lifelong protection from diabetes, because exercise can reduce the severity of the disease.
Exercise indirectly stimulates the pancreas to increase insulin secretion and plays an important role in balancing human insulin levels.