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Diabetes — The D’s Inside Story
The term diabetes in reality holds a number of dissimilar disease processes. In this there is a constant high blood glucose or blood sugar level. In the non-diabetic individual, a particular system is responsible for managing glucose or sugar absorption in the body. This system gives feedback between blood sugar levels and the hormone secreted by pancreas — insulin. On the release of Insulin blood sugar level goes low. Therefore, this allows glucose to enter the cells and cells further use this glucose for their activity; this helps in glucose storage; and this stops the release of stored glucose. Consequently, such a system avoids blood sugar levels to go high in the blood, called hyperglycemia; or low in the blood, called hypoglycemia. Therefore, the system maintains a relative range of blood glucose.
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