DIABETES – 3
TREATMENT AND MANAGING
your body will change over time in other ways, too, those changes aren’t necessarily a sign of anything unexpected and certainly aren’t always a result of anything you did in past. We may not always know what changes will come, but we can be sure they ‘ll happen.
These days people living with diabetes and their health care team have many difference options for treating diabetes. Medicine that works in the body in different ways. And at a different time, different medicine may be used.
In this blog, I ‘ll be going to talk about
Injectable Insulin medication and
- Non-injectable insulin medication
Prevents the kidney from reabsorbing sugar are
- SGLT2 INHIBITOR
Slowing down or stopping the liver’s release of extra or stored sugar
- DPP-4 INHIBITOR
lower insulin resistance to help increases the amount of sugar your body tissue takes in
OTHER PILLS LIKE
- ALPHA- GLUCOSIDES INHIBITOR
- BILE ACID SEQUESTRANTS
- DOPAMINE AGONIST
If your health care provider feels a diabetes pill is right for you, you ‘ll want to talk to him or her about the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Different options for injecting medicines are
- VIAL AND SYRINGE
- PEN DIVECES
- INSULIN PUMP
DIFFERENT INSULIN WORK IN DIFFERENT WAYS
INJECTABLE INSULIN MEDICATION ARE TWO TYPES
- HUMAN INSULIN
Human insulin, you would expect from the name that human insulin comes from a human. Actually, its made in a lab. It’s called “ human insulin “ because the hormone made in a lab is, in fact, identical to the insulin your body makes. Its types are-
REGULAR HUMAN INSULIN
It is short acting. You usually take it before a meal to cover rises in blood sugar that happens when you eat.
INTERMEDIATE- ACTING HUMAN INSULIN
It is only taken once or twice a day and works longer to control blood sugar than regular insulin.
Human premix insulin is regular and intermediate-acting insulin combined with 1 dose.
- INSULIN ANALOGS
Aside from human insulin, there are “insulin analogs”. Insulin analogs are human insulins with small changes made to the hormones so that they are absorbed faster or last longer in the body.let’s move on to its types
LONG – LASTING
It works to control blood sugar between meals and overnight while you sleep.it took either once or twice a day, at the same time every day.
it is something called mealtime insulin because it’s taken when you eat.This insulin works quickly to control the rise in blood sugar caused by food.
Rember, there are risks comes with any medications, follow your health care provider’s direction carefully.
NON- INJECTABLE INSULIN MEDICATION
- GLP-1 RECEPTOR AGONIST
IT IS A MEDICINE THAT WORKS LIKE GIP-1 HORMONE
It stands for glucagon-like peptide-1.this hormone is produced in the gut in response to the food you eat.
Its work has:
Slows the movement of food through the stomach
Helps pancreases make more insulin at meal time
Signals the liver to release less sugar.
- AMYLIN AGONIST
It does all work as GLP-1 RECEPTOR AGONIST do expect liver to release sugar.
Whichever diabetes medicine your health care provider prescribe for you, it’s important to take as you’ve been instructed.
Keep in mind, these require a prescription from your health care provider, and he or she will work with you to decide which one is right for you.
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