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Diabetes is one of the common diseases that affect a large majority of people around the world. It is mainly categorized into Type I, Type II and gestational diabetes. After getting diagnosed, following are the orthodox therapies prescribed to the patients.
Oral hypoglycemic agents
Oral hypoglycemic medication was introduced in 1955 and currently available agents of this type are divided into five classes depending on their biophysical way of action. Some of these classes are listed below.
Biguanides help to lower down lower blood sugar in three ways.
Inhibit the normal release by the liver in its inventory glucose interfere with the absorption of glucose from carbohydrates consumed and increase peripheral glucose uptake.
Glucosidase inhibitors are designed to inhibit the amylase enzymes produced by the pancreas, which are essential in the digestion of carbohydrates. The theory is that if the digestion of carbohydrates is inhibited, blood sugar cannot get up.
Meglitinides are designed to stimulate the pancreas to produce insulin in a patient who already has elevated levels of this hormone in the blood. The doctor very rarely measures this level. These drugs are often prescribed without any knowledge of the previous level of insulin. The fact that elevated levels of insulin is as destructive as elevated blood sugar is widely ignored.
Sulfonylureas is another class of agents that stimulate the pancreas to produce insulin. Determination of serum insulin level is rarely performed by a doctor before prescribing these agents. Often, it is prescribed in the case of type II diabetes when insulin level is significantly elevated. These drugs often cause the side effect of hypoglycemia.
At present, insulin is prescribed for both types of diabetes. It's about substitute's injected insulin, which the body no longer produces. Of course, the need to preserve the life of diabetics with type I diabetes therapy is highly questionable in the case of diabetics suffering from Type II diabetes.
It will be appreciated that no insulin or any of these oral hypoglycemic agents do not have any healing properties relative to both forms of diabetes. None of these medical strategies is not intended to normalize glucose uptake by the cells that need it as a source of energy for their actions.
By keeping up the orthodox method of treatment outcomes are as follows: increasing disability and early death due to liver failure, heart disease or any of the other key organs.
Alternative Methods of Treatment
The third step in the treatment of this disease is to obtain information and an alternative method, which is based on sound science.
Today, there are effective alternative treatments leading directly to the cure, which relate to some cases of diabetes type I, and many cases of type II. About 5 percent of all diabetics suffer from type I diabetes, and about 95 percent on type II diabetes. Gestational diabetes is simply ordinary diabetes, which is ill pregnant woman.
As for type I diabetes , there is now an alternative method of its treatment developed in modern hospitals in Madras, India and subjected to rigorous testing in random order to determine its effectiveness. It enables to restore the normal function of pancreatic beta cells, allowing the pancreas is again capable of producing insulin. This method was able to cure 60 percent of cases of type I diabetes, the testing of this method. The main problem is that the antigens leading to autoimmune destruction of beta cells disappeared from the body if it remained.
The goal of any effective alternative program is to repair and restore the original mechanism controls the level of sugar by the body. This is a malfunction of the mechanism, which is eventually debilitating symptoms operating is that which makes the orthodox method of treatment as financially advantageous for drugs against diabetes industry.