How to cure type 2 diabetes?

Type II diabetes mellitus ( non-insulin dependent ) is a disease that can occur even when there is an excess of insulin in the blood, but it is still not enough to normalize blood glucose levels. The development of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus is associated with problems such as weight gain, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. This disease most often appears in adulthood. And therefore, many people after forty years are interested in the question: “How to cure type 2 diabetes?”

The basic principles and priorities in the treatment of type II diabetes mellitus are in the following sequence:

Rational nutrition, which is aimed at reducing body weight and cholesterol;

Rational nutrition that regulates the intake of carbohydrates into the body;

Increased physical activity;

Mandatory regular monitoring of sugar levels in urine and blood;

Blood pressure control;

Taking the pills correctly.

A characteristic feature of type 2 diabetes mellitus is that insulin is produced in the body of patients with this disease (as opposed to people with type 1 diabetes). And in patients who are overweight, it is excreted in excess. But at the same time, insulin cannot properly do its job (transfer sugar from the blood to cells), since the organs begin to “cooperate” with it poorly and perceive it poorly. To overcome this situation, the body begins to secrete more insulin. This helps him maintain normal blood sugar levels for a certain period of time. But over time, the pancreas, working at the limit of its capabilities, wastes its resources and releases less and less insulin. This leads to an increase in blood sugar.

Often, meal planning (diet) is enough to cure type 2 diabetes. Thus, the patient gets rid of excess weight, which is the main cause of organ insulin resistance. It also helps you plan your meals for the day so that each meal has enough insulin that your pancreas can still secrete. If, even with a strict diet, patients are unable to achieve normal blood sugar levels, they are prescribed special hypoglycemic drugs for diabetes mellitus. But do not forget that these drugs are adjuncts in the treatment of diabetes. Compensation of diabetes mellitus will not be satisfactory, even if the patient takes the best tablet drug in the maximum dosage, but does not adhere to a balanced diet.

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