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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Life With Diabetes

By Zachary Justice

Every day, in the United States, more than 2000 new cases of diabetes are diagnosed. Type II diabetes is most common, and its symptoms are often few or absent.

After eating, food is broken down into what is known as glucose, a sugar carried by the blood to cells throughout the body. Glucose is then changed to energy in the cells by insulin, which is secreted by the pancreas.

Because cells in the muscles, liver, and fat do not use insulin properly in the body of a person with type II diabetes, they have problems converting food into energy. In time, the pancreas won't be able to keep up with the body's need for insulin. And as the glucose level increases, the cells are in need of energy.

This starvation of the cells, paired with the high blood glucose level can damage nerves and blood vessels. A person would be likely to develop kidney disease, nerve problems, blindness, and heart ailments.

Diabetes can be caused by many factors. Diagnosed patients should make sure that they keep their glucose levels under control.

But how will you know if you have this condition? There are many cases when type II diabetes can be asymptomatic. Key symptoms include excessive thirst or hunger, a change in weight, and blurred vision, and having yourself tested for type II diabetes is needed.

Your blood glucose level will improve even by eating right and keeping your weight within normal ranges. Your doctor may give you some medications to better control the glucose, though.

Diabetes is a serious ailment with extreme consequences if it isn't treated properly. You can keep your body healthy by following your doctor's advice.

This article is for information purposes only and is not meant to treat, diagnose or prevent any ailment or disease. You should visit your physician for proper care.

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