Avishka Diabetes Care
In ever changing world of medical science we are hopeful to find cent percent cure for the diabetes, with our advanced treatments methods and following healthy lifestyle can help you live a very normal and happy life with diabetes.
What is Diabetes?
Diabetes is defined as when the level of blood glucose doesn’t remain normal in the body. The food that is taken by our body is converted into the sugar or glucose which gives our bodies the energy. An organ named pancreas which is normally located near the stomach releases a hormone which is known as insulin.
The purpose of Insulin
The insulin helps in delivering glucose to the cells of the body. Normally, people lack the secretion of insulin which eventually rises up the level of glucose in the blood and causes diabetes.
Types of Diabetes
The type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed into the children or teens. And some 5% of cases are also diagnosed in the adults. This is also known as insulin-dependent or juvenile onset. Taking insulin on a regular basis is mandatory in type 1. There is no other treatment available as for now.
Type 2 diabetes was also known as non-insulin dependent diabetes or adult-onset. This type of diabetes has 90 to 95 percent chances of being diagnosed in the adults. But this type is also getting prevalent in the children and the adolescents. Type 2 diabetes can be reduced by seeking preventive measures such as changing one’s lifestyle by adopting some healthy changes i.e. weight loss or inculcating healthy foods in the diet.
Pregnancy Induced or Gestational Diabetes
This is the third type of diabetes and from 2 percent to 10 percent of women encounter such type of diabetes during their pregnancy. Also, the risk of complications in the delivery of baby becomes higher in such cases.
35 percent to 60 percent of women can become the victim of type 2 diabetes after going through gestational diabetes.
Symptoms of Diabetes
Increased Thirst or a Dry Mouth
Feeling Hungry All the Time
Foot Pain and Numbness May Be a Sign of Diabetic Neuropathy
Frequent Infections and Feminine Health Issues
Numbness or tingling in the hands and feet
Currently, there’s no cure available. The only way of treating diabetes is to adopt a healthy lifestyle (regular exercise and balanced healthy diet) and regular medicines as advised by doctors.
The aim of treating diabetes is to keep blood sugar under normal range and to prevent further complications.
If you observe any signs visit our consultant as soon as possible untreated high blood sugar from diabetes can damage your nerves, eyes, kidneys, and other organs. We Avishka healthcare is one of the best Diabetes care center in Tharpakna, Ranchi schedule a visit today.