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A personalized treatment plan can be employed to manage the high blood sugar level, which might vary depending on duration, frequency, the severity of the condition, age, overall health, and cognitive function of the individual.
Insulin – Insulin, is a hormone responsible for controlling blood sugar levels. Since patients with type 1 diabetes don’t produce adequate insulin, they need to be treated with multiple daily Read More
- Phosphate diabetes
Phosphate is a critical chemical found in the body that contains phosphorus, which plays a significant role in the development of bones and teeth; moreover, the mineral also supports the conversion of food into energy to fuel the cells. Phosphate Diabetes is a rare congenital disease that affects the skeletal system as well as the mineralization of the teeth.The condition can be noticed in the early years of children,Th Read More
- Sly syndrome
There are a few risk factors that can make you more likely to get sly syndrome.One of the main risk factors is age-sly syndrome is most commonly diagnosed in people between ages 45 and 65. It's more common in men than women, but it can happen to anyone of any age and gender.Also, One of the main risk factors for Sly syndrome is genetic. If someone in your family has Sly syndrome, you have a higher chance o Read More
- Type 1 diabetes
The good news is that there are many different types of insulin available—different brands and types—so it's possible to find one that works well for your body and lifestyle.The most common medications used to treat type 1 diabetes are insulin and oral medications. Insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas that helps control blood glucose levels.Oral medications include sulfonylureas, which help increase in Read More