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Diabetes and Pancreas

Type 2 Diabetes

In order to help control type 2 diabetes there are several medications. To control several type 2 cases and all of type 1 cases insulin is used. To produce Insulin, researches are making strides in more efficient ways. There are awareness campaigns for the public about the complications that come along with the disease. The complications are harsh and severe.

Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is treated with insulin, exercise, and a special diabetic diet. The causes for treating with Type 2 diabetes include weight loss, diabetic diet, and exercise. If blood sugars levels are not controlled, oral medications are used, and if they are not effective, then insulin is prescribed. Diabetes is said to be caused with the high levels of glucose in the blood.

Pancreas

Pancreas, which naturally lowers the blood sugar levels make insulin. If the pancreas doesn’t generate sufficient insulin, or the body doesn’t absorb it, then mock insulin must be delivered to the body. Symptoms are increased need to urinate, thirst, hunger; often weight loss is linked with diabetes, and fatigue.

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Prevention of Diabetes

Doctors are working at preventing diabetes, educating the public about the deadly complications, and controlling diabetes for those who already have it. You can prevent or reduce the risk of getting diabetes by avoiding foods high in fat, refined sugar, simple carbohydrates, and eating more fresh vegetables, fruit, and fiber.

Exercise

Probability of occurring diabetes can be reduced with the help of the exercise. Comparing with doing no exercise at all, a minimum exercise will help better. In order to maintain low blood sugar levels, a 20-minute walk for thrice a week, irrespective of the speed will help.

Insulin

To regulate Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, insulin will be given. Pancreas Transplant is another form of therapy. Studies have conducted on different methods of transplanting this organ. The possibilities of transplanting a portion of the pancreas or even the beta cells that are accountable for producing insulin are being looked at.

Pancreas Transplant

Almost 8000 patients have had pancreas transplants, many of them the same time a kidney transplant is performed. With new emerging of new technology every day, the number of pancreas transplants will raise in the next few years.

Risks associated with Diabetes Surgery

Risks are commonly associated with any surgery. The medications used to maintain the body from rejecting the transplants also is a threat to the patient. In the transplanted pancreas also there is the possibility of the diabetes to occur. There is always a chance of refusal of the transplanted organs.

What Researchers are looking at?

In order to protect the transplanted cells against rejection, researchers are looking at artificial barriers that can be used around. The barrier would still require the insulin to be delivered to the body and protect the new transplant.

When the kidney is not replaced, the risk involved in doing only a pancreas transplant is the current study by the researchers. The issue is whether the risks involved are worth the surgery.

There have been amazing new discoveries and scientists are finding novel ways to manage diabetes daily. The best you can do for your body is to do everything possible to thwart diabetes before it develops. The well-known causes of diabetes are age and obesity. In order to help defend against diabetes exercise, regular sleeping habits, and a nutritious diet will help.

 

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