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Type 1 Diabetes Kills Cells in the Body: Are they useful ones?

by Health Please

Posted on 11:34AM Sep 19, 2018 in General

Type 1 Diabetes Kills Cells in the Body: Are they useful ones?

Type 1 Diabetes is a chronic disease that destroys the body’s ability to produce insulin, a hormone used to break down and store energy from foods, in the Body in the form of glucose or sugar. In the absence of insulin, high levels of fat and glucose remain in the bloodstream. In the long run, this can severely damage the vital body organs. Type 1 Diabetes, earlier referred to as insulin-dependent or juvenile diabetes, is normally caused at any age and is most frequently diagnosed during adulthood. In India, around 97,000 children have been affected by this condition. There is no specific known cause of Type 1 diabetes. Attempts to find specific causes have left scientists often bewildered, as no amount of research has enabled them to know the exact causes. However, after extensive research and lab tests using modern lab testing software and other techniques, the scientists have started to believe that a combination of genetic and environmental factors are responsible for causing this condition, which approximately forms around 5 percent of the total population affected by diabetes in general.

Do Type 1 Diabetes kills Useful Cells In The Body?| Health PLease

The symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes include dehydration, weight loss, and diabetic ketoacidosis. The presence of extra sugar in the blood stream makes the patient visit the washroom more often and through frequent urination, the patient keeps losing a lot of water from the body, and that leads to dehydration. The glucose that goes out of the body with urine also takes with it a lot of calories, which is precisely why a lot of people with diabetes get into a phase where they lose a lot of weight. With absence of insulin due to the absence of islet cells, the body never has glucose at its disposal to break down for energy. Thus, to find itself a source of energy, the body starts breaking down fat cells, which in turn creates a chemical called ketones. The liver releases stored that goes unused, and this gets stored up in the blood along with the acidic ketones.

This combination of blood sugar and ketones is called ketoacidosis and it can be life threatening if not treated immediately. As mentioned above, the type 1 diabetes indirectly damages your body by affecting vital organs over a period of time. To be specific, high glucose levels in the blood start affecting small blood vessels in eyes, kidneys and heart, which is exactly why we hear many diabetes patients losing vision over time, while other few experience kidney failure and heart related diseases.

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - Symptoms, Causes, Complications and Treatment

by Health Please

Posted on 12:30PM Jul 03, 2018 in Technology

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) - Symptoms, Causes, Complications and Treatment |

Signs and symptoms of IBS:

  • Abdominal pain, cramping, or bloating which is relieved by passing bowel movements.
  • Excessive gas or flatulence
  • Diarrhea or constipation or both
  • Mucus in the stool

Is it time to see a doctor?

  • Weight loss
  • Rectal bleeding
  • Iron deficiency anemia
  • Unexplained vomiting
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Persistent pain unrelieved by passing stool or gas

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How Health Please Helps You To Get A Quick Health Check-up In Pune

by Health Please

Posted on 10:48AM Jun 25, 2018 in General

How Health Pelase Helps You To Get A Quick Health Check-up In Pune

A holistic healthcare is in both, your physical and mental wellbeing. As the adage goes, indeed, prevention is better than cure.

Health Check-up | Pune

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How To Maintain Your Body with Full Body Check-Up | Blog

by BlogAdmin

Posted on 09:01PM Jan 23, 2018 in General

In today’s fast paced life, we find ourself busy for everything but our Health. We all have forgotten the age old saying of Health Wealth to the digital yet busy lifestyle.

We fail to spare some valuable time for our own selves. We do not have the time to review our health condition, eat a balanced and timely meal, move ourselves appropriately, take a good night’s sleep, and on and on. With this, the older communicable diseases like Malaria, Typhoid and Polio have become curable but lifestyle related diseases such as diabetes, heart diseases and cancer are getting prevalent.

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