One of the main risk factors of obesity is the development of the metabolic syndrome. Medical researchers estimate that at least 100 million people in India have the metabolic syndrome. People with metabolic syndrome have at least three of the following diseases:
● People who are overweight or obese, and fat especially in the abdominal area.
● It is high blood pressure.
● The level of triglycerides (a type of fat) in the blood is too high.
● the level of bad cholesterol in the blood is high, and the level of good cholesterol is too low.
● is insulin resistance.
All abnormalities of metabolic syndrome indications that metabolism is too much work and not work properly. No one knows for sure what causes the metabolic syndrome, but abdominal fat is strongly correlated with it. Scientists also know that losing weight can reduce or reverse the disease.
Cholesterol and triglycerides are lipids or fats, the metabolism of food and carried throughout the body in blood. Lipids are required for the function of many parts of the body, but when too much circulating in the blood vessels can become inflamed and obstructed. This can increase the risk for atherosclerosis – the narrowing and hardening of the arteries. If the blood vessels buckle or fat deposits, heart disease and stroke can occur as a blocked blood flow is interrupted to part of the heart or brain. Losing weight can reduce blood fat and significantly reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and atherosclerosis.
Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is a serious disease. People with this disease have a high sugar levels in the blood. This is caused by the failure of the pancreas to produce insulin excess work enough, the cells were completely resistant to insulin, or both. There is not enough sugar in the cells, so the cells are damaged and not enough food.
Although you may “starve” to death if type 2 diabetes is considered. High levels of sugar in the blood also damage almost every organ of the body. Stone, which is too much work when trying to clean up the excess glucose from the blood, may ultimately fail. Injured eye and vision is lost. Nerve damage occurs, especially in the legs and feet. Wounds and injuries are slow to heal. As diabetics to lose feeling in your feet, you may not be aware of a foot injury. Legs can be damaged they had to be amputated to save a person’s life. People with type 2 diabetes die of heart disease is also up to four times more often than people without diabetes.
Fortunately, type 2 diabetes can be considered. People with this disease are trying to lose weight, eat food that is carefully controlled, and usually take one or more medications to improve insulin levels and reduce insulin resistance. However, the struggle to control and prevent diabetes and its complications are not always successful, long life. Most scientists prevention is preferable to treatment, especially for type 2 diabetes has become a global epidemic and affects people at an early age. Many experts believe that the obesity epidemic is a major cause of the epidemic of diabetes in India. However, most obese people have diabetes, and not all people with diabetes who are overweight.
Finally, note: the syndrome are overweight and metabolic difficult to treat condition!
Insulin resistance can lead to serious physical injury, as well. The pancreas makes insulin, the hormone that allows the body cells to use glucose. Insulin can be considered as the key that unlocks the cell and allow glucose inside. Sugar can not enter cells without it. Under normal circumstances, when more sugar circulating in the blood, the pancreas to produce more insulin. This allows glucose to enter the cells, and lowers the level of sugar in the blood. When a person has insulin resistance, your cells do not respond properly to insulin. When blood sugar rises, the pancreas still give insulin, but not glucose land cells as easily as before. Blood sugar levels remain high. Over time, the overworked pancreas may begin to fail, because the cells that produce insulin starts to die. Type 2 diabetes is often the result.
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Dr Sunita Banerji received a degree of MBBS from Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, Medical Institute one of the leading manufacturers of India and received the command DGO in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1982. Starting their ability to succeed in Lokhandwala Aesthetic Medicine, in 1989 after undergoing extensive training in London. Far ahead of its time it was the kind of skills that begins in India.