DIABETES in common
A disorder that affects the way body uses food for energy. Normally, sugar taken is digested and broken down into a simple sugar known as glucose. It then circulates in blood where it waits to enter cells to be used as fuel. Insulin, a hormone produced by pancreas, thus, helps move glucose into cells. A healthy pancreas adjusts the amount of insulin based on level of glucose. But, if diabetes, this process breaks down, and blood sugar levels become too high.
There are two main types of full-blown diabetes.
Pre-Diabetes: means that cells in body are becoming resistant to insulin or pancreas is not producing as much insulin as required. If blood glucose levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be called diabetes.
This is also known as “impaired fasting glucose” or “impaired glucose tolerance”.
Type 1: A person can’t make any insulin, can be caused by genetic disorder.
Type 2: A person has adequate insulin, but cells have become resistant or don’t respond to it. In either case, glucose cannot move into cells and blood glucose levels can become high. Over time, these high glucose levels can cause serious complications. It’s a lifestyle disease, triggered by obesity, lack of exercise, increased age and to some degree, genetic predisposition.
Short-term complications: Day-to-day problems that can attack without warning, such as hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia.
Long-term complications: •Nephropathy, kidney disease in Diabetes •Neuropathy and Diabetes •Retinopathy and Diabetes •Erectile Dysfunction and Diabetes •Depression and Diabetes •Heart Disease and Diabetes •Stroke and Diabetes •High Blood Pressure and Diabetes
Diabetes can affect other aspects of body as well. Besides cardiovascular diseases and associated conditions, it can also wreak havoc with emotions and alter quality of life.
Hypoglycemia also known as low blood sugar, occurs when blood sugar level drops too low for cells to act properly. It happens more often with Type 1 diabetes, but sometimes happen with Type 2, if medication is too potent or exercising a lot. Not enough sugar in blood means that cells do not have enough glucose for energy. Brain also needs glucose to act. It doesn’t make its own glucose and is dependent on glucose in blood. When experiencing hypoglycemia, there might be feeling of nervous or shakiness, dizziness or light-headed, sleepy or hungry. May be confused, sweaty or have difficulty in speaking or walking.
Hyperglycemia also known as high blood sugar, a condition that happens when too much glucose circulating in blood, either body doesn’t produce any insulin or insulin produced is ineffective. Signs of hyperglycemia include increased thirst, increased urination and/or increased hunger. Also blurred vision, fatigues, weight loss, poor wound healing, dry mouth and dry or itchy skin can go with long-term hyperglycemia.
Blood glucose levels of over 240 mg/dl can sometimes cause body to release Keaton’s into blood. If blood glucose continues to increase, body goes into an “energy crisis” and starts to break down stored fat as an alternate energy source.
Keaton’s in blood as fat is burned for energy, as level rises, blood becomes more and more acidic. To understand diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), means body either can’t make insulin anymore or can’t effectively use insulin produced. Insulin is a hormone that helps move glucose out of blood into cells where it can be used for energy.
Diabetes Infection; a person with diabetes is at higher risk than other people as it makes it hard for body to move glucose, main form of sugar in body, from blood to cells that causes symptoms and illnesses, which may include:
- boils, which are infections of hair follicles
- breathing difficult, or shortness of breath
- carbuncles, which are infections of tissue immediately under skin
- deep cough that produces phlegm
- foot and leg infections, including diabetic foot ulcers, which are caused by poor circulation
- gum infections, known as gingivitis which may produce pain, swelling, and redness in gum line
- lung and sinus infections
- nail infections
- nausea and vomiting
- nerve damage, known as diabetic neuropathy
- ringworm and athlete’s foot
- sty’s, which are infections of eyelid
- urinary tract infections which may cause cloudy or bloody urine or painful urination
- vaginal yeast infections in women and jock itch in men which may cause itching, vaginal discharge, or pain
Causes vary depending on type of infection and long-term effects may be;
- amputation for progressive infection of feet or legs
- dental problems and gum disease, including gingivitis and periodontitis
- kidney damage from frequent infections, leading to end-stage renal disease
- permanent skin damage, as infections may cause hot, red, swollen, or inflamed tissues, especially where skin is irritated or broken open
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