1. Identify the cause of the disease or deficiency. If it is caused by a virus or bacteria, provide the scientific name.
-Type 2 diabetes develops when the body becomes resistant to insulin or when the pancreas stops producing enough insulin. Exactly why this happens is unknown, although genetics and environmental factors, such as excess weight and not exercising, seem to be contributing factors. 2. List all the parts of the body affected by the disease.
-Type II diabetes affects the heart, eyes, kidneys, and nerves. 3. How does the disease affect each of the above- mentioned parts of the body, in other words what are the symptoms of the disease?
- Diabetes contributes to high blood pressure and is associated with high cholesterol that increases the risk of heart attacks and cardiovascular disease. The same way how diabetes affects the heart, high blood pressure and cholesterol raises the risk of strokes. When you have diabetes, your body doesn't use sugar properly. If your blood sugar level is too high, your natural lens may swell and this can blur your vision. Eventually, too much sugar in your blood can damage the tiny blood vessels that nourish the retina. This can result in diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic nephropathy is the term for kidney disease as a result of diabetes. The effects of diabetes on the nerves can be serious as the nerves are involved in so many of our bodily functions, from movement and digestion through to sex and reproduction. 4. How is the disease treated?
-The most important way to treat and manage type 2 diabetes is activity and nutrition. Depending on your treatment plan, people with type 2 diabetes may need to check their blood sugar once or twice a day. If the blood sugar level is under control, you may only need to check it a few times a week. People with type II Diabetes may be required to take insulin depending on what they eat and how often they exercise. 5. Effectiveness of the treatment (s)? Is it a cure? Do you need to stay on this medication forever to remain well? Or is it a one-dose regimen?
-Insulin, a type 2 Diabetes treatment helps circulates, enabling sugar to enter your cells and lowers the amount of sugar in your bloodstream. To use insulin, you can use a needle and syringe. People with type 2 diabetes may need one injection per day without any diabetes pills. Some may…