Is it possible to Reverse diabetes?

 


Type 1 diabetes manifests itself in childhood and adolescence.

Diabetes is emerging as a disease that is rapidly targeting children to young people all over the world.

According to the World Health Organization, at present 422 million people worldwide are suffering from diabetes.

The number of diabetic patients has increased four-fold in the last thirty years.

People suffering from diabetes can have heart attack (heart attack) and heart stroke (heart attack).

Along with this, diabetes can also lead to problems like kidney failure and inactive feet.

But even after this, there is no awareness among the common people about the symptoms, prevention and causes of this disease.

What exactly is diabetes?

 

When our body is unable to absorb the amount of sugar present in the blood, then this condition gives rise to diabetes.

Actually, whenever we eat something, our body breaks down carbohydrates into glucose.

Type 1 diabetes manifests itself in childhood and adolescence.

Diabetes is emerging as a disease that is rapidly targeting children to young people all over the world.

According to the World Health Organization, at present 422 million people worldwide are suffering from diabetes.

The number of diabetic patients has increased four-fold in the last thirty years.

People suffering from diabetes can have heart attack (heart attack) and heart stroke (heart attack).

Along with this, diabetes can also lead to problems like kidney failure and inactive feet.

But even after this, there is no awareness among the common people about the symptoms, prevention and causes of this disease.

When our body is unable to absorb the amount of sugar present in the blood, then this condition gives rise to diabetes.

Actually, whenever we eat something, our body breaks down carbohydrates into glucose.


 After this, a hormone called insulin is released from the pancreas, which instructs the cells of our body to absorb glucose.

This generates energy in our body.

But when the flow of insulin stops, then the amount of glucose in our body starts increasing.

 

What is type 1, type 2 diabetes?

There are many types of diabetes but cases associated with type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes are more common.

In type 1 diabetes, your pancreas stops producing the hormone insulin. This increases the amount of glucose in our blood.

So far scientists have not been able to find out why this happens.

But it is seen by linking it with heredity and viral infection.

About ten percent of the people suffering from it suffer from type 1 diabetes.

At the same time, in type 2 diabetes, insulin is not made in the pancreas as per the requirement or the hormone does not work properly.

These people can have type 2 diabetes -

• Middle-aged and old people

• Obese and non-working youth

• People living in South Asian countries

At the same time, some pregnant women may suffer from gestational diabetes.

In this, the women's body stops making enough insulin for them and the baby.

Studies based on different criteria have revealed that 6 to 16 percent of women are likely to be suffering from gestational diabetes.

To avoid this, pregnant women should keep their sugar level under control by keeping their diet under control.

Along with this, the use of insulin can prevent it from turning into type 2 diabetes.

 

Some people may also suffer from pre-diabetes, a high level of glucose in the blood that can turn into diabetes later.

What are the symptoms of diabetes?

• excessive thirst

• More urination than usual, especially at night

• feeling tired

• Weight loss without effort

• Frequent sores in the mouth

• Loss of eyesight

• Wound healing time

According to the British National Health Service, symptoms of type 1 diabetes begin to appear at a very young age.

At the same time, type 2 diabetes occurs in middle-aged people (25 years of age for South Asians), when a family member is suffering from diabetes and blacks from South Asian countries, China, Afro-Caribbean, Africa get this disease. The risk is higher.

Can you avoid diabetes?

Diabetes is based on genetic and environmental factors.

But you can protect yourself from diabetes by controlling the amount of glucose in your blood.

And this can be done with a balanced diet and exercise.


 At the same time, instead you can include vegetables, fruits, legumes, and whole grains in your daily diet.

Along with this, along with healthy oils, almonds, fish like sardines, salmon and mackerel can also be included in your diet because the amount of omega 3 oil in them is very high.

Blood sugar level can also be reduced by physical exercise.

According to the British National Health System, people should do about two and a half hours of aerobic exercise a week, which includes brisk walking and climbing stairs.

If your body weight is under control then you can easily reduce the blood sugar level.

At the same time, if you want to drop the weight, then drop between 0.5 kg to 1 kg in a week.

Along with this, it is also important not to smoke cigarettes and keep checking the cholesterol level to avoid heart disease.

What can happen in diabetes?

If your blood sugar level is high in your body then it can damage your blood vessels.

If blood does not flow properly in your body, then it will not reach the parts of the body where it is needed.

In this case, the blood vessels can be damaged and you may stop feeling pain.

Along with this, there may be infection in the feet along with reduced eyesight.

In 2016, about 1.6 million people died due to diabetes.


 Exactly how many people are suffering from diabetes?

In 1980, the percentage of young people over the age of 18 with diabetes was less than 5 percent.

But in 2014 this figure has reached 8.5%.

The International Diabetes Federation has estimated that about 80 percent of young people in low- and middle-income countries are changing their eating habits.

At the same time, in developed countries, diabetes targets the poor and forced to eat cheap food.