Tuesday, April 18, 2023

How to treat diabetes in children.. Inflammation in the intestine leads to insulin deficiency



Diabetes in children:

Diabetes type 1 is a disease that affects especially young people and children. It is a result of inflammation in the intestine, resulting in a deficiency in insulin, which is important for the entry of sugar into the cells. When this process is disrupted, it accumulates in the blood, which is what causes extreme thirst. 10 or 12 liters of water and significant amounts of urine.

And the children waking up at night to drink water and urinate, which is usually not present in children, and it is a condition that requires parents to do what is necessary, because when they are complacent, the situation will develop for the worse as a result of the absence of insulin.

In the absence of insulin, the cells operate with the fat present in them, but when the fat is used as an energy for the body, a toxic substance called “acetone” is secreted, which when accumulated in the body results in serious poisoning and loss of weight and consciousness, which refers the patient to resuscitation.
This disease is not the result of genetic causes, at a rate of 90 percent, and is the result of a scattering of the body's immunity.

Features of the disease:

The body is infected with it in the process of growth, so the necessary treatment stages must be followed.

Symptoms of the disease:

When sugar accumulates in the blood, the thin blood vessels become infected, and then with the passage of time the thick blood vessels that feed the heart, and these vessels age prematurely and become unable to pass blood easily. work of each member
So the kidneys become unable to filter the blood as it should, and the eyes, legs, heart and nervous system are affected. Therefore, type 1 diabetes can be limited to being a health defect, but when it is neglected in its treatment, it results in a number of diseases.


Diagnosis and treatment:

Diagnosis must be early to avoid poisoning and resuscitation, and treatment must be good so that the child affected by this disease can achieve his required growth, especially since one of the peculiarities of treatment is subject to a diet that is compatible with the characteristics of the disease.
 

treatment:

Since the patient's body is unable to make insulin, this substance must be replaced by injection (insulin injection) in an attempt to imitate the physiological way in which the body does.
There are injections given by the doctor when eating to cover the body's need for insulin at a rate of 3 times with basic meals, in addition to another injection given to children, especially at night, to make insulin present in the blood even in the absence of food.


Psychological side:

  • Special attention should be given to the psychological aspect of children so that they do not feel the difficulty of dieting, especially when comparing themselves to other children.
  • The child must be prepared psychologically to accept the disease and to be convinced of the need for a balanced diet.
  • A sick child should be treated like other children, not in a special setting.
  • Psychological support for parents to accept the illness of their children with this disease and to confront it in particular.
  • The guardian must be more powerful to deal with his son's illness.