How To Cure Diabetes?

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Good night, Doc, I want to ask, my mother has had sugar pain for about 7 years, I really want my mother to be able to avoid this diabetes, lately my mother said that her diabetes had attacked her head, I was confused about having to how, how to get rid of this diabetes? , please reply immediately … thank you beloved doctor

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Diabetes or high blood sugar disease has 2 types, type 1 diabetes (or called DM I) and type 2 diabetes (or called DM II). DM I can occur when insulin production in the body decreases due to damage to cells that produce insulin in the pancreas. DM II can occur due to decreased sensitivity of body cells to insulin. In DM II, the amount of insulin in the body can be normal or even more, but this insulin cannot work properly. Insulin is a hormone that plays an important role in glucose metabolism. Insulin will work by entering glucose in the blood into the cells of the body to be further metabolized in the cells.


DM I can not be cured and requires insulin therapy for life. The mild DM II can still be cured by making changes in diet and lifestyle (which must be done for a lifetime too), but precisely in the majority of cases (especially in people who have suffered from DM II for a long time), changes in diet and lifestyle alone it is not enough to normalize blood sugar levels, so that a lifetime of therapy (with blood sugar-lowering drugs or insulin) is needed.


As mentioned above, illness is an incurable disease, but this high blood sugar can be controlled. Therefore, you and your mother should first accept and precipitate this concept. High blood sugar can cause damage to blood vessels and nerves. Damage to these blood vessels can cause damage to various organs as well. Uncontrolled high blood sugar can increase the risk of kidney disorders, heart attacks, strokes, eye disorders (can cause blindness), increase the risk of Alzheimer's, peripheral nerve disorders (peripheral neuropathy), etc. These complications can be prevented by controlling blood sugar properly.


It's best if your mother controls your blood sugar regularly to see a doctor. You can also take your mother to an internal medicine doctor for a more comprehensive examination and treatment. This control must be done regularly throughout your mother's life. In addition to control to the doctor, your mother is also expected to exercise regularly, manage food and eating patterns properly, and lose weight if there is excess weight. The following are good foods consumed by diabetics and also taboo for diabetics

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