Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus – a condition in which the quantitative production of insulin can not be reduced, but for some reason or the insulin produced by the "wrong", or receptors, which cells and are sensitive to this hormone does not work (this is called insulin resistance of peripheral receptors). Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (or Type II diabetes) as opposed to insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (first type) occurs mostly in older people – usually after 35-40 years. Heredity does not play such a big role in the development of diabetes type (except if mother and father suffer from insulin-dependent diabetes, but such cases are rare). Still produce more significant in the development of diabetes type a number of modifying factors. These include: – overweight and obesity – the expressed atherosclerosis, hypertension, coronary heart disease – pathology of pregnancy – associated disease of the endocrine system, as we have already noted, insulin resistance of peripheral receptors is key and the causal mechanism of development of diabetes type. Dr. Peter M. Wayne has firm opinions on the matter. Since the cells are not sensitive to insulin, they are "not aware" that the glucose must enter the cell and digested.
Insulin in the blood and a lot of swimming in the same swim the sea glucose. At some point, when the pancreas exhausts all its resources secretory, she is exhausted and no longer produce the right amount of insulin. Absolute insulin deficiency develops. Cells and have not received their rightful sugar, to seek ways of extraction of energy reserves. For these purposes the burning of fat.
In the process of combustion by-products (so-called acetone bodies), that affect the body poisonous in high concentrations. Clinically manifest diabetes, increased thirst, frequent urination, dry mouth. Sometimes the patient noted nausea, loss of appetite, weakness and lethargy, due to the toxic effect of acetone bodies. Insulin-dependent diabetes, the diagnosis can only be based on the study of blood glucose. In addition to this simple analysis is also perform a load test on glucose tolerance. Carry out careful monitoring of glycemic index (blood sugar) over time. Treatment of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus can be made tabletting antidiabetic drugs (warning! drugs should appoint a doctor!) Only a specialist can find the right medication and adequate dosage. Do not take drugs alone or in someone malokompetentnoy recommendations. In addition, each diabetic patient should be remembered that his treatment is not only to the pill, it is also adherence to nutrition and diet prescribed by a doctor. As well as the dosage exercise, which helps burn excess glucose, increases insulin sensitivity, promotes weight loss and allows a few to reduce the dose glucose-lowering drugs. But exercise should be picked up individually and very carefully, so that a descent to break the rod is not necessary. Should first consult with your doctor what kind of load will approach you and what the intensity of her performance is required of you to