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Insulin and Diabetes Mellitus: Review

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 1)

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Page : 1299-1302

Keywords : Introduction; Epidemiology; Glucose; metabolism; Insulin; Complication; Diabetes;

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Diabetes is the disease or disorder of pancreas by which pancreas stop the secretion of insulin in the body. Insulin allows the glucose enter in to the cells which provide energy to every cells of the body without insulin, glucose cannot enter in to the cell. Those parts which help to secrete insulin, the part which are defective which is known as diabetes type 1. In the type of diabetes mellitus the overall diabetes cases 10%. The type-1 diabetes which is most occurring in children. About 90% of incidence of type-2 diabetes mellitus. It is mainly occurring after the age 40s. In this case insulin secreted but only in low amount and it is co-related of our life style such as overeating, physical activity etc. There are following symptoms which are associated in diabetes like-increase urination, thirst, appetite and so on. The patients are between normal and diabetic that is called pre-diabetic patients. There are various treatment and preventions help to cure from diabetes like exercise, drinking water, implement portion control etc. Insulin plays a vital role in the treatment of diabetes which helps to lower the production of glucose level.

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