Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes

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Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes

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This video, created by Nucleus Medical Media, shows type 2 diabetes, a condition in which the level of sugar in the blood is too high. The animation begins by showing the normal physiology of food absorption and the mechanism of action of insulin. The pathology of type 2 diabetes is portrayed, including low insulin production, insulin resistance, hyperglycemia, and common symptoms. Acute complications are shown, including diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar hyperglycemic nonketotic syndrome, hypoglycemia (insulin shock), seizures, and diabetic coma. Chronic complications are displayed, including atherosclerosis, blindness, neuropathy, and renal failure. Multiple treatments are detailed at the end of the animation, including blood glucose monitoring, healthy eating, regular exercise, and medications.

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Type 2 Diabetes

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This video, created by Nucleus Medical Media, shows type 2 diabetes, a condition in which the level of sugar in the blood is too high. The animation begins by showing the normal physiology of food absorption and the mechanism of action of insulin. The pathology of type 2 diabetes is portrayed, including low insulin production, insulin resistance, hyperglycemia, and common symptoms. Acute complications are shown, including diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar hyperglycemic nonketotic syndrome, hypoglycemia (insulin shock), seizures, and diabetic coma. Chronic complications are displayed, including atherosclerosis, blindness, neuropathy, and renal failure. Multiple treatments are detailed at the end of the animation, including blood glucose monitoring, healthy eating, regular exercise, and medications.

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47 thoughts on “Type 2 Diabetes

    1. +Rebecca Bowen I tried a diabetes cure program
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    2. +Rebecca Bowen acevesdarahani@gmail.com Try 4life products for glucouse
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  1. Ramona diabetes run in the family! a yr ago I was diagnosed with diabetes..
    couple months ago I was diagnosed with thyroid problems! therefore I am
    sick!!

    1. +Rebecca Bowen 35 is young. You shouldn’t be having thyroid issues. Did
      your doctor check blood work and then tell you it may be your thyroid? If
      you did have blood work done, do you remember TSH? Did he give you the
      results? You can compare yours with “normal” in your age group just by
      looking at your labs. I assume when you were diagnosed with diabetes, you
      had bloods done for impaired fasting glucose. Why didn’t he/she mention
      anything about TSH, GGTP, triglycerides?

    2. Yes Scott… I had blood work done couple times and results came back and I
      called them and yes they said my Thyroids… Huh? No! She didn’t mention
      about TSH or GGTP..what does those letters stand for?? What does
      triglycerides mean??

    3. +Rebecca Bowen Okay as a responsible person to yourself you should ask for
      the bloods and look them over yourself. Everything on that lab can be
      googled and researched. Become an educated consumer, if you will. For
      example, TSH; Thyroid Stimulating Hormone. You can look at TSH on your lab,
      which should provide a reference range, and double check online for your
      age (35). Educate yourself and treat yourself better. You’ll be happier.

  2. Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels
    are too high. Glucose comes from the foods you eat. Insulin is a hormone
    that helps the glucose get into your cells to give them energy. With type 1
    diabetes, your body does not make insulin. With type 2 diabetes, the more
    common type, your body does not make or use insulin well. Without enough
    insulin, the glucose stays in your blood. You can also have prediabetes.
    This means that your blood sugar is higher than normal but not high enough
    to be called diabetes.

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  3. never mind Scott! I googled and wrote everything I need to know in my note
    book of what TSH means and GGTP!…having triglycerides is caused by other
    conditions like obesity, diabetes, kidney, and Thyroid problems. ect.

    1. +Rebecca Bowen
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  4. Nucleus, for people not having scientific backround stating that intestine
    cells “absorb the glucose” (00:30) but lateron explaining how loss of
    insulin prevents intake of glucose and leads to hyperglycemia (2:00) could
    be confusing. Maybe point out that glucose can also be taken up in other
    ways.

    1. +Brad Lutz The Diabetes Destroyer saved my life! My disease was getting
      worse and worse. And it seemed like my diabetes medication wasn’t doing
      anything. My neuropathy was the worst part. I always had a painful tingling
      in my hands – it made everyday life so difficult! I knew I had to make a
      change. That’s when I found the Type 2 Diabetes Destroyer. I followed the
      steps to jumpstart my pancreas, and all of a sudden my neuropathy
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    2. +Brad Lutz in some researches yes.. but it’s basicallythe type 2 diabetes
      with some other things leading to Alzheimer

  5. I don’t get one thing. If you have Type 2 diabetes that means that your
    receptors are ‘bad’. So how can you change it with healthy diet???? The
    insulin still can’t get into your cells…

    1. +LennyStyles Evans
      A healthy diet and ample exercise will re-sensitise the ‘bad’ receptors to
      insulin, therefore maing them good receptors again. Once this is achieved,
      insulin can once again enter your cells.

    2. In simple terms type 2 is not as bad as type 1, receptors do not completely
      go bad, functional receptors remain however to make the remaining receptors
      to work you need higher amounts of insulin, beta cells detect rising
      glucose levels and keep compensating by producing more insulin but they
      eventually burn out, that’s when you hit type 1. So how can one slow down
      type 2 – weight loss, exercise, no sugar and salt diet – what will all this
      do – it will put less demand for insulin. You may ask hmm if I exercise
      then I will need more glucose and more insulin so how would that save my
      beta cells?

    3. Actually, the definition of type II diabetes is a condition of relatively
      lacking of Insulin. It can be caused by the presence of too many Insulin
      receptors comparing to the amount that our pancreas can secrete. Insulin
      receptors are located in nearly all cell types, i.e. muscle cells, brain
      cells, … and FAT CELLS. If you, therefore, lose weight, you will reduce
      the number of fat cells and their insulin receptors. Consequently, the
      condition will be improved.

    1. i was suffering with type two diabetes for last 5 years until i found
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  6. I am 21, I’m not obese and my BMI is below 24. Recently, I’ve feel pain on
    my little toe after eating chocolate bar. Am I going to have Diabetes type
    2? I don’t want to get amputate. . :(

    1. You’re right. Thanks for responding to my question. I haven’t check yet but
      I’ll ASAP. :)+Phuong Nguyen

  7. BLA BLA BLA ,but no cure.The drug industry can only increase profits by
    getting more people to take more drugs on a regular basis : they make
    billions by keeping you sick and hooked on their pills for life . MOST
    diabectics once they have diabetes , no matter how much they try to control
    it with diet , medication or insulin , they will always have diabetes .But
    is that a LIE ?? Beware pharmaceutical industry MAFIA is around ! There is
    no hope !!!!!Keep on dreaming !!!!!!!!!!!

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