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TREATMENT OF TYPE 2 DIABETES

 

 

 

TREATMENT OF TYPE 2 DIABETES
The goal of diabetes treatment is to reduce blood glucose to normal levels and control micro and macrovascular complications and cardiovascular risk factors. Other known risk factors such as blood pressure and lipid levels should also be checked.

Lifestyle Change

All types of diabetes are invariable elements of the treatment of the patient’s education, medical nutrition treatment and exercise. These treatments should be started from the moment of diagnosis in high-risk and high-risk individuals in terms of diabetes and medical nutrition treatment should be questioned in every assessment. The goal of medical nutrition therapy for metabolic control, prevent complications or reduce the rate of development of chronic diabetes complications, nutritional requirements and cultural characteristics of the individual determine the personal considering that might be encountered in daily life and in different situations (e.g., exercise, hypoglycemia, acute illness, etc.) can self-manage the ability to to provide.About %I in Type 1 diabetics with HbA1c levels by medical nutrition therapy, type 2 diabetes can be reduced by around 1-2%.Medical nutrition treatment with dyslipidemia and hypertension, such as diabetes that accompanies the recovery is seen in diseases. Regular physical activity planned by adapting to existing complications should be recommended to all individuals with diabetes. Regular physical activity reduces the resistance of a hormone that regulates the metabolism of sugar secreted from the pancreas in people with prediabetes and contributes to the Prevention of the development of Type 2 diabetes. Blood glucose levels and blood pressure control in individuals with diabetes are easy to regulate, lipid levels and blood pressure control. Although the target of the exercise program differs according to the patient, it should be maintained for 20-3O minutes at least 3 times a week to be beneficial and the appropriate submaximal heart rate should be reached for the patient.

Oral antidiabetics and Incretinmimetics – dipeptidylpeptidase IV (DPP-IV) inhibitors

 

MECHANISM OF ACTION OF ORAL ANTIDIABETICS

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