Diabetes is a group of metabolic disorders in which there are high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period
As of 2015, an estimated 415 million people had diabetes worldwide,
Diabetes can be halted or reversed within days and that too in most inexpensive ways
diabetes is not a disease. It is just that the body is slightly unable to maintain the homeostasis of the glucose within a given range
Diabetes Type 1 & Type 2 cannot be cured and patients have to manage it lifelong with medications. The main credit of spreading this lie through managed and sponsored scientific findings and making the public believe it through paid media by the custodians of diabetes.
Till 1997 fasting blood sugar of 140 mg/dl was considered to be normal and healthy, then an expert panel revised the guidelines and reduced the limit from 140 mg/dl to 126 mg/dl. This means if you have fasting blood glucose more the 126 mg/dl, you have diabetes. So, anyone who had a blood sugar between 126 mg/dl and 140 mg/dl which previously used to be considered normal was now a diabetes patient. Worldwide 14% new population joined the list of diabetic patients. Further to make the situation worse, in 2003 the expert panel pushed the fasting glucose standard from 126 mg/dl to 100 mg/dl in 2003. As a result, suddenly the number of diabetes patients increased.
You are already now trapped in a vicious loop and have got a new dubious title of being called as diabetic patient.
Diabetes is not a disease where you may require the knowledge of advanced microbiology to understand the problem. It is just a specific homeostatic condition of the body which can be understood and corrected with a little common sense.
Imagine your body is an airport and the passengers entering the airport are the carbohydrates or sugar that you eat. Now all the passengers called carbohydrates or glucose need to be transported to their respective respective aircraft, that is the various cells of the body. The activity of transportation will be facilitated by the bus (the insulin of the body). Under normal conditions, there is a regular flow of passengers (the food) and simultaneously the passengers are transported with the arrival of fleet of buses (insulin) to the respective aircraft (the cells of the body). The whole system works in harmony. This is called homeostasis of the body or in this specific case the glucose homeostasis of the body. Now imagine that everything is perfect in the airport except the fact that the supply of bus (insulin) is stopped. What will happen? The passengers (food) will get crowded at the terminal of the airport whereas the aircraft will be waiting empty, craving for the passengers. This condition is called Diabetes Type 1, where the body stops producing insulin (the bus). This means the airport authorities have to outsource the bus services. That means a patient suffering from Diabetes Type 1 have to take insulin from outside source every time he eats food. Now imagine that there is a regular supply of bus (insulin) but the door of the bus remains either fully closed or opens partially making it difficult for the passengers to get in. This means very less number of passengers will be transported to the aircraft that too at an extremely slow pace. This condition is referred to as Diabetes Type 2, where the body is still producing and supplying insulin (bus) but it is not doing its job effectively. This means that the airport authorities have to hire some technicians and have to place them at the site of terminal gate so that the technicians may help in opening the bus gate, so as to make the transportation of the passengers smooth. That’s what the diabetes drugs do. They increases the sensitivity of the insulin so that it may work effectively and let the glucose molecules inside the cells.
But what about the side effects?
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