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  • 1. Steven silvera
  • 2. Causes of diabetes
    • Management of type 2 diabetes should also include nutritional counseling, weight reduction as needed, and exercise.
    • People develop diabetes for two reasons: the pancreas does not make enough insulin for the body's
    • he cells in the muscles, liver, and fat do not use insulin properly, or both. As a result, the amount of glucose
  • 3. Preventing diabetes
    • Wear shoes that fit well
    • Don't go barefoot
    • Do a daily "foot check"
    • Tell your healthcare provider about any injury to your feet
    • Keep feet clean and dry
    • Have a foot exam every 3 months (take your shoes and socks off every time you see your healthcare provider)
    • Use skin lotion to prevent dryness (but not between your toes)
    • Control blood pressure
    • Manage blood glucose
    • If you smoke, stop
    • Manage blood lipids
  • 4. More ways to Preventing diabetes
    • Call your healthcare provider if you have any of these symptoms
    • Control blood pressure
    • Limit intake of salt
    • Be active every day! (Always check with your healthcare provider before beginning or changing your exercise program.)
    • Eat less saturated fat and avoid trans fat
    • Manage blood glucose
  • 5. Treatment for type one diabetes
    • Increase the insulin output by the pancreas.
    • Decrease the amount of glucose released from the liver.
    • Increase the sensitivity (response) of cells to insulin.
    • Decrease the absorption of carbohydrates from the intestine.
    • Slow emptying of the stomach to delay the presentation of carbohydrates for digestion and absorption in the small intestine.
  • 6. Treatment for type two diabetes
    • The magnitude of change in blood sugar control that each medication will provide.
    • Other coexisting medical conditions ( high blood pressure , high cholesterol, etc.)
    • Adverse effects of the therapy
    • Contraindications to therapy
    • Issues that may affect compliance (timing of medication, frequency of dosing)
    • Cost to the patient and the healthcare system
  • 7. What diabetes causes
  • 8. Different medicine for diabetes
  • 9. Preventing Diabetes
    • Prevent Diabetes
  • 10.