What is Type 2 Diabetes and Tips to Control it?

In a specific chronic condition, glucose, or sugar levels build up in the bloodstream. This chronic condition is known as diabetes.

Glucose is used for energy. In our body insulin is the natural hormone that is responsible to take glucose from the blood to cells.

Type 2 diabetes is a condition in which body cells do not respond to insulin as they should. In some cases, your body does not remain capable of producing enough insulin.

If remain untreated or uncontrolled, type 2 diabetes can lead to serious complications by increasing blood glucose levels.

What are the Symptoms?

Type 2 diabetes can cause a variety of symptoms because your body cells can’t use insulin properly. They start using alternate resources from organs, tissues, and muscles to work properly. Using alternate resources from these parts can harm them seriously.

As it is a chronic disease, mostly, it develops slowly, symptoms may include:

  • Constant Hunger
  • Fatigue
  • Excessive thirst
  • Dry mouth
  • Blurry vision
  • Lack of energy
  • Weight loss
  • Frequent urination
  • Yeast infections
  • Foot main

Symptoms may include many others depending on the severity and age of diabetes.

What are the Causes?

If you are a patient of type 2 diabetes, your pancreas will wor hard to create more insulin for you as your body will not use it efficiently. This burden will damage the pancreas and it will not make insulin anymore.

Eventually, glucose builds up and your body cells will starve for energy. It may be due to cell signaling, cell dysfunction, or too much production of glucose in the liver.

How to Control It?

Consult your doctor, he will take some tests to diagnose type 2 diabetes and if tests are positive, he will treat accordingly. Take this condition seriously.

Here are some tips that your doctor will obviously recommend you with your medications.

  • Eat at regular intervals
  • Perform aerobic activity daily
  • Manage a healthy weight
  • Eat foods that are high in nutrients. Bone broth is one of them.
  • Don’t overeat.

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