Type II (T2DM) is the most common form of diabetes, which accounts for 95 percent of all cases.
In this type of diabetes, either it does not produce enough insulin, or there is resistance to insulin because cells are unable to use insulin properly. Insulin is a necessary compound for the body to be able to use glucose or blood sugar to get energy. As a result, glucose accumulates excessively in the blood, which in turn over a long period leads to various complications such as heart disease, blindness, nerve damage and kidney damage.
Diabetic type II with obesity becomes worse with weight gain. This condition is called the term "diabetic" "diabetes obesity" to describe the disease.
The current treatment lines for type II diabetes include: losing excess weight, having a healthy diet and engaging in regular exercise. When previous attempts fail, anti-diabetic drugs come in second to maintain blood sugar levels to prevent their overproduction, and the disease's progress sometimes requires the need for insulin. However, these treatments may not give patients a solution to the problem they are experiencing and that causes them anxiety. As the disease progresses, symptoms often worsen and worsen over time, requiring either an increase in medication doses or a change in the type of medication that is more potent for maintaining and controlling blood sugar.
Most of the complications related to this disease changes in the microvascular, which leads to diabetes to the body's main organs, and changes in blood vessels are directly proportional to the number of years the patient suffers from diabetes. Most of these patients are at risk of longer-term complications such as:
More than 30 scientific studies answered yes.
Lage for diabetes is always designed to reduce disease, determine the levels of natural sugar in the blood, the first need of treatment is to get rid of diabetes. This means that the level of glucose to normal levels and control the complications of diabetes and prevent the development of more, giving the body more opportunity to avoid damage.
A recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that 73 percent of diabetics who underwent obesity surgery together with conventional therapy had achieved rewarding results. By contrast, only 13 percent of those who received conventional treatment alone without obesity surgery had a desired outcome. A study in 2004 in JAMA showed that over 22,000 people who underwent surgery to treat obesity included:
A study published about surgery revealed that 83 percent of 240 people who underwent gastric bypass had "cured" of diabetes altogether.
U England Medical that the long-term mortality especially caused by diabetes after gastric bypass surgery and in general the treatment of obesity has decreased significantly.
Is that obesity surgery may play a major role in the treatment of diabetes
Hypotheses about the mechanism in which obesity surgery contributes to treatment
This means that food is directly transferred to the intestine and stimulates the substance called glucagon peptide 1 (GLP-1), which can increase production
That hormones responsible for immediate hunger such as peptide (Y) may be reflected by rearrangement of the anatomy of the intestine, and even if they seek less sugar, people may be able to manage blood sugar levels
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