There are mainly three types of conditions in diabetes – Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes and Gestatitional diabetes. Both conditions cause adverse effects leading to disease of the heart and kidney. The disease has a history of being either acquired or hereditary, but once the disease sets in it is quite tedious to control without proper diabetes treatment and care for the same.
The symptoms for diabetes like weight-loss, fatigue, high blood pressure, tiredness, stomach ache etc are signs that can be easily mistaken and ignored in the perception of any other ailment. The diabetes condition and more severe symptoms will occur only after the onset of the disease therefore the best preventive measure is to check blood sugar level regularly, therefore to provide adequate diabetes treatment on time.
The diabetic condition has various treatments that include the self care treatment with the help of a specialist to regulate and direct your medicinal dosages and intakes. The most commonly preferred treatment is to administer insulin injections or to consume oral medication that would increase the insulin level and the cell reception to it in the body. The common treatment for Type 1 diabetes is regular exercise and a well balanced meal that includes food that contains lower amounts of glycemic like fruits, grains and leafy vegetables. Foods that contain high amounts of oil, fat, cholesterol should be avoided as these combine with the blood stream to form glucose very easily.
Diabetes treatment for Type 2 Diabetes can be done by maintaining a regular well balanced diet similar to that of type 1 diabetes. Regular exercise can greatly help to reduce the fat and cholesterol content in the blood stream. The treatment also includes treatment through medication. The primary medicine used for the treatment of diabetes is insulin; other medications include Antihyperglycemic Synthetic Analogs, DPP-4 inhibitors and Incretin Mimetics. These medications are to be taken strictly under a doctor’s advice, as they may be insufficient or an overdose if administered without proper care.
People suffering from Type 2 Diabetes should be cautious enough to avoid fatty foods with Trans and saturated fat content. Salt should also be avoided to prevent the risk of patients being affected with high blood pressure. Diabetes treatment can be successful only with the strict cooperation of the person suffering with the condition. Habitual habits such as smoking and intake of alcohol along with an overdose of medication can lead to fatal heart and kidney diseases, as these habits aggravate the blood sugar level and cause the insulin secretion to malfunction.
It is therefore to be remembered that both the increase and decrease in the blood sugar level would lead to adverse effects like heart attack or unconsciousness. Therefore treatment of diabetes and control should be prioritized efficiently and accordingly to the needs and wants of the patient subjected to the disease.