What is the mod of action of Insulin for Diabetics? The Diabetes is characterized by a lack of balance in the blood sugar levels. That is occur when there is a lack of full or partial of the Insulin hormone in the human body, That is happened when the Pancreas failure to produce sufficient amount of Insulin ,or because of an imbalance in the body''s ability to exploit the Insulin.
What is the difference between Diabetes type I and Diabetes type II?
Why the human body needs sugar? The human body needs for energy in all of the activity and in leisure time. The major source of energy is food, especially food rich in carbohydrates, which transformed through the process of digestion of carbohydrates into sugar. The sugar inter to all the cells of the body by the blood inside, and turned into energy. In order for the exploitation of sugar by the body, and entry to the cells and transforming to energy, that is need for the Insulin hormone which produced by the Pancreas.
The process of secretion of Insulin from the Pancreas, which has the rights to human, has good health, the amount is stable and detachment is related to the amount of food and its compounds. However eating the sugar level rises in the blood, and to be returned to the normal level in the body, the body is needed to produce increasing amounts of Insulin. After two hours of eating, the level of sugar in the blood fall in the wake of this production process is also less Insulin. The ability of the Pancreas to regulate Insulin secretion and control allows maintaining the level of natural sugar in the blood.
How come the human get the Diabetes? When the human body with full or partial lack of the Insulin hormone, in the wake of the inability of the Pancreas to produce sufficient amount of the hormone or due to an imbalance in the body''s ability to exploit the Insulin in the body, the patient''s breach of contract and interference in the process of the exploitation of sugar in the body and converted into energy. In this case, the sugar does not enter the cells and thus the level of sugar in the blood rises above the natural rate level. This means that the Diabetes is the situation where the lack of balance in the levels of sugar in the blood.
It is possible to distinguish between two types of diabetes:
Diabetes type I:
This type of Diabetes, lack of full of the Insulin hormone, and this type of the disease is shown in the younger generation. This type of Diabetes is prevalent in percentage 5% of the total patients with Diabetes.
Diabetes type II:
This type of Diabetes characterized by, a disorder in the process of Insulin secretion, or through the body''s inability to exploit the Insulin. This type of Diabetes is more prevalent and appears in all generations, but this type of disease shows over the age of 40 years.
In these two types of Diabetes are hereditary tendencies of the disease, but these genetic tendencies in the more powerful of the type II diabetes.