|Tajuk||:||Living With Diabetes|
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When your body digests food you eat including carbohydrates like bread and grain, protein such as meat and dairy product, these foods are converted into glucose, commonly known as blood sugar. Glucose circulates in the blood sugar and is use as food for the body itself. But the cell cannot absorb glucose without help. A hormone called insulin which is produced in the pancreas must first by to a cell surface. When this occurs, the body's cells are then ready to observe the glucose, which return the body blood sugar to a normal healthy level.
When your body doesn't produce enough insulin or when your body isn't able to properly use the insulin that is produced you can develop diabetes. Diabetes mellitus is disorder that affects the body's ability to efficiently use blood glucose. There are two different types diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the pancreas does not produce any insulin. So glucose cannot absorb to recur the cells. In type 2 diabetes, insulin is produce but it doesn't work properly and the glucose is not absorb insistently by their selves. When this happen, it means your body's cells are starving for food.
Many medications are use to manage both type of diabetes. These drugs help insulin work better to control your blood sugar in your muscle, body fat and lymph. When these drugs find a receptor inside the cell nucleus they in turn help their selves find the insulin. This allows your body to properly absorb glucose from the blood sugar.