Le diabète, la recherche et l'accompagnement.
Diabetes, Research and Support
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Le diabète est une maladie insidieuse et sournoise. La plupart des personnes qui entendent le mot diabète pensent tout de suite aux conséquences négatives que le diabète non contrôlé apporte. Mais si vous contrôlez votre diabète, vous pouvez très bien vivre avec le diabète, mais cela demande beaucoup de changements dans votre manière de vivre au quotidien.
Qu’est-ce que le diabète ?
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Notons qu’il existe aussi une troisième forme de diabète appelé « diabète gestationnel » qui peut toucher la femme enceinte, diabète transitoire lié à la grossesse, et enfin des diabètes dits « secondaires », provoqués par une autre maladie comme le cancer du pancréas ou par certains médicaments.
Facteurs de risque
Symptômes du diabète
Taux de sucre
À noter : de bonnes habitudes alimentaires et de l’activité physique sont recommandées pour les deux types de diabétiques.
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Diabetes is an insidious and sneaky disease. Most people who hear the word diabetes immediately think of the negative consequences that uncontrolled diabetes brings. But if you control your diabetes, you may very well live with diabetes, but it takes a lot of changes in your lifestyle every day.
What is diabetes ?
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Diabetes is a metabolic dysfunction of sugar in the body, which will cause its excessive accumulation in the blood. During digestion, food is degraded to small molecules, especially glucose (sugar) which passes into the bloodstream and then increases blood sugar (glucose level in the blood). At this signal, the pancreas secretes the hormone insulin, which will allow the use of sugar by the cells for immediate energy needs or for storage in the body reserves. Blood glucose then returns to normal levels. In the case of diabetes, the pancreas produces insufficient or no insulin. For type 2 diabetes, there is also a situation where the pancreas normally secretes insulin, but its action in tissues (liver and muscles) is inadequate. We speak here of "insulin resistance": there is no key to allow its passage sugar from the blood into the muscle. Sugar builds up in the blood and causes hyperglycemia.
There are two main types of diabetes. In the case of type 1 diabetes said, the pancreas no longer produces any insulin. This type of diabetes is 10% of people with diabetes. It particularly affects young children, teenagers or young adults, demanding them to inject insulin daily.
For people who have type 2 diabetes, the pancreas produces insulin, but not enough sufficient or the body is not receptive. Part of sugar carried in the blood will no longer rest in the muscles and in the blood to accumulate, causing disorders that occur gradually. This type often not declare 90% of diabetes affects the population with the disease, which declares in people over 45 years, sedentary and who are overweight. Normally, its people are prone to high blood pressure, and excess blood fats (cholesterol).
Add its disorders to diabetes, and you have a patient who became high risk of causing complications to the heart, brain (stroke), arteries and kidneys.
Note that there is a third form of diabetes called 'gestational diabetes' which can affect pregnant women, transient diabetes linked with pregnancy, and finally diabetes called "secondary" caused by another disease such as pancreatic cancer or by certain drugs.
We often speak of the risk factors for type 2 diabetes, as for type 1 diabetes, because they are already covered by a doctor at the discovery of diabetes whether by insulin injection or insulin pump because they are the origins or predispositions that we can not anticipate or prevent.
The main risk factor for type 2 diabetes, is usually too abundant food in our meals (too much food for what we needed), junk food contributes a lot, too much refined sugars, vegetable or animal fats (especially saturated) and poverty in dietary fiber. Which results in excess weight that goes to obesity in some cases. We also note a growing phenomenon of inactivity due in part by urbanization.
unbalanced diet, obesity and physical inactivity are all triggers on land predisposed since in over half of cases, type 2 diabetes occurs in families where there are history of the disease. Type 2 diabetes can therefore be considered as a hereditary disease so than environmental. But what are the environmental changes that deeply explain the current epidemic.
Symptoms of Diabetes
The classic symptom common to diabetes type 1 and type 2, is the emergence of a significant thirst, linked to the fact that the patient is forced to urinate frequently, especially at night.
In the case of type 1 diabetes, the symptoms are acute and are manifested by a significant hunger, weight loss and tiredness.
In the case of type 2 diabetes, the disease is often insidious, it settles in the body without marked symptoms. It is said of type 2 diabetes that is asymptomatic in its early stages. Indeed, the symptoms appear only when sugar appears in the urine, while blood glucose exceeds (1.80 g / l measurement in France and 10 mmol / l in Quebec). Also, unlike type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes is often discovered by chance during a routine check or when complications arise.
Self blood glucose monitoring involves measuring blood glucose self. It is performed from a drop of blood from the end of a finger.
sugar (blood glucose (4-7 mml / l in Quebec and from 0.72 to 1.26 g / l in France).
Blood glucose is the concentration of glucose in the blood that appears on your meter every time you do a test in each period of the day.
The glycated hemoglobin or HbA1c is a blood prescribed by a doctor is done either in a lab or hospital, the doctor reveals markers of diabetes control. From this test the doctor will adjust the dose of insulin required for the type 1 diabetic and with self monitoring of blood glucose, diabetics may better control adjustments to make during the day of his insulin. For the type 1 insulin injection method can be done so with an injection pen, there will be two kinds of insulin, fast and slow, or a single insulin with an insulin pump.
For type 2 diabetes, the doctor according to the results of glycated hemoglobin may prescribe the rate, simply send all consult a dietician to change his eating habits, reduce cholesterol and include physical activity which can be a walk at a certain pace and for an hour every day. Or start treatment with tablets and even insulin as appropriate.
Note: good eating habits and physical activity are recommended for both types of diabetes.
In order not to be included in statistics skyrocketing every year, it is important to do a screening test for diabetes because diabetes caught early you will have more chance of having the right treatment and avoid consequences that everyone dreads.
Kidney disease due to diabetes (diabetic nephropathy) is the most common identifiable cause of kidney failure in the world; it requires dialysis or a kidney transplant.
Diabetic nephropathy is one of the most frequent complications and the most formidable of diabetes mellitus, which threatens the evolution to chronic renal failure.
A balanced diet is a healthy factor for all. For patients with diabetes, type 1 and type 2, is an essential asset to limit the consequences of the disease on the body. Obesity is a global scourge: 3/4 of type 2 diabetes are obese.
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