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Diabetes mate ni suka

  2. 2. The 5 needs of a cell Oxygen Water Nutrients Waste Elimination All poison kept out
  3. 3.  N….nutrition E….exercise W…water S….sunshine T….temperance A….air R….rest T….trust in God
  4. 4. 11-Ni saseganicudruvivakasaurinaivalavala ca, sagumatua kina nalomadranaluvenitamata me racaka ca.12-ia kevakasavakadraunanonacaka ca natamataivalavala ca, ka savakabalavutakinanonabula, iakausakilasaraniranavinakakoirasarerevakana Kalou, koirasarere e matana
  5. 5. It is one of the Lifestyle diseases  Diabetes is a disease where there is too much sugar in the blood because body is unable to use sugar properly from the intake of food that we eat each day.
  6. 6. 1) After eating, the stomach breaks carbohydrates down intosugars, including glucose. 2) Glucose enters the bloodstream andstimulates the release of insulin from the pancreas. 3) Insulin andglucose travel in the blood to all the bodys cells. Insulin allowsglucose to enter the cells and be used as fuel. Excess glucose isstored in the liver.
  8. 8.  Anyone can get diabetes. However people at risk are:1. Overweight/obesity)2. People who eat less of fiber diet2. Family history of diabetes3. 40 years and above4. People with lots of worries5 People who drink a lot of alcohol6. People with chronic illness that may weaken the pancreas to produce the insulin
  9. 9. These are diseases that occurred as a result of our lifestyle (the way we live, eat, drink and etc.).
  10. 10. Types of DiabetesType 1 Diabetes(Insulin dependent diabetes)• People suffering from this Diabetes cannot produce insulin themselves. They need to be given insulin prescribed by a doctor.Type 2 Diabetes(Non-Insulin dependent diabetes)• People suffering from this diabetes produce insulin in their own body, but the amount they produce is not enough. Sometimes there is enough insulin but it could not do the job properly. This type is common with adult who are overweight and is also common in the pacific.
  11. 11. Type 2 DiabetesType 2 diabetes strikes people of all ages, and early symptoms aresubtle. In fact, about one out of three people with type 2 diabetesdont know they have it. Diabetes is a chronic condition thatthwarts the bodys ability to change food into energy. This allowssugar levels to build up in the blood, which can increase the risk ofheart disease, loss of vision, and other serious complications.
  12. 12. Why body not able to use sugar Properly? Our body produce a special Hormone called INSULIN. This hormone (insulin) helps the body to use up sugar forPANCREAS Energy, growth and repair. Therefore when a person has Diabetes he/she has not produce insulin or the insulin is not working properly to use up the sugar. This leads to Increase sugar in the blood and a person is said to have diabetes.
  13. 13. In diabetes, thecells cannot absorbglucose properly.That means glucoselevels in the bloodbecome elevated.With insulinresistance, the bodymakes excessinsulin but themuscle, liver, and With long-standing, uncontrolledfat cells do not use type 2 diabetes the pancreas willor respond properly reduce the amount of insulin itto insulin. produces.
  14. 14. 1. Feeling thirsty, drinking large quantity of water and passing urine often2. Feeling weak or tire3. Loosing weight4. Cuts or sore that takes along to heal5. Frequently having boils6. Numbness, tingling and weakness of the limbs7. Poor vision and blurring eyesight8. Feeling hungry all the times
  15. 15.  TWO IMMEDIATE PROBLEMS1. HYPOGLYCEMIA: (low sugar level) a person may become weak, sweaty and cold2. HYPERGLYCEMIA: (high sugar level) a person may become or feel sick, looses his/her appetite and may begin to vomit. (He or she may also have weak pulse and fast
  16. 16.  Heart Attacks and stroke. High Blood Pressure (Hypertension). Kidney damage. Eye Problem – blindness & cataracts. Rotting of the body tissue (gangrene). This is the common reason for cutting legs off. Increase risk of getting infection.
  17. 17. The longer you have diabetes, the greater the risk of developingchronic kidney disease. Controlling risk factors such asuncontrolled diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterolreduces your risk of developing this complication. Annual screeningfor kidney disease and medications, which slow the developmentand progression of kidney disease, are used to reduce your risk ofkidney failure.
  18. 18. High blood sugar can damage the tiny blood vessels thatbring oxygen and nutrients to the retina, a critical part of theeye. This is known as diabetic retinopathy, and it can causeprogressive, irreversible vision loss. It is the leading cause ofblindness in people between the ages of 20 and 60. Pools ofblood, or hemorrhages, on the retina of an eye are visible inthis image.
  19. 19. Uncontrolled diabetes, and elevated blood sugars over time,increases the risk of nerve damage. Symptoms include tingling,numbness, pain, and a pins and needles feeling in the fingers,hands, toes and feet . Nerve damage (neuropathy) cant be reversedbut treatments may help pain and numbness. Nerve damage canalso affect other parts of your body such as your digestive system.Controlling your diabetes can help prevent further damage.
  20. 20. Diabetic nerve damage can make it difficult to feel yourfeet and detect injury. At the same time, hardening ofthe arteries results in poor blood flow to the feet. Footsores and gangrene can occur, even from small injury. Insevere cases, infections can go unchecked and result inan amputation
  21. 21. One of the most astonishing things about type 2 diabetes is thatsuch a life-altering condition is often preventable. To lower yourrisk, follow the same guidelines for warding off heart disease:Eat a healthy dietExercise for 30 minutes, five days a weekMaintain a healthy weightTalk to your doctor about being screened for pre-diabetesIn people with pre-diabetes, lifestyle changes and medication canhelp prevent the progression to type 2 diabetes.
  22. 22. 1. Complete Change of Life style [ eight Laws of Health]
  23. 23. One of the first symptoms of type 2 diabetes may be anincrease in thirst. This is often accompanied by additionalproblems, including dry mouth, increased appetite,frequent urination — sometimes as often as every hour —and unusual weight loss or gain.
  24. 24. As blood sugar levels become more abnormal,additional symptoms may include headaches, blurredvision, and fatigue.
  25. 25. In most cases, type 2 diabetes is not discovered until it takes a noticeabletoll on health. One red flag is troubling infections, such as:Cuts or sores that are slow to heal.Frequent yeast infections or urinary tract infections.Itchy skin, especially in the groin area.
  26. 26. Moderate exercise, such as strength training or walking,improves the bodys use of insulin and can lower blood sugarlevels in people with type 2 diabetes. Being active also helpsreduce body fat, lower blood pressure, and protect againstheart disease. People with type 2 diabetes should try to get30 minutes of moderate exercise on most days of the week.
  27. 27. O koyaga, se dou kana, se dougune, secava na ka dousakitaka,Mo doukitakakecega mevakarokorokotaki kina naKalou 1Koronica 10: 31 WHETHER THEREFORE YE EAT OR DRINK OR WHATSOEVER YE DO, DO IT ALL TO THE GLORY OF GOD. (1 COR. 10:31)