Symptoms And Treatment Of Diabetes

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Diabetes is a condition characterized by the presence of sugar in the urine, due to malfunction of pancreatic cells. Diabetes mellitus is the most common endocrine disease and is characterized by elevated blood glucose (blood sugar) over 100 mg / l.

The disease affects all ages and can be classified as follows:
a) Type I or insulin-dependent, more common in children and young people;
b) Type II or non-insulino-dependent, in mature people over 40 years.
Diabetes occurs due to several causes:
*Pancreatic disease leading to decreased insulin synthesis (especially common in alcoholic chronic pancreatitis);
* Other endocrine diseases;
* Administration of steroid hormones;
* Other drugs that cause hyperglycemia (best known as prednisone);
* A genetic predisposition, demonstrated by the large number of cases in certain families;
* Produced by stress, stressful condition referring to certain special situations such as severe burns, heart attacks and other life-threatening illnesses during which to download a large amount of hormones that raise blood sugar.

Pancreatic function can be stimulated by prolonged hot showers 2-3 times a day. It is a chronic condition in which the body cannot absorb a part of absorbed food, especially sugar and pasta. Insulin is a toxic substance with harmful effects on blood vessels. Her long usage is responsible for different types of arterial disease. A careful observation shows that the human body can withstand the injection of poison no more than 25…
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