Stem Cell Therapy - Diabetes
Diabetes develops when either insulin is not produced in sufficient quantities Type 1 Diabetes) or the insulin produced is defective and cannot move the glucose into the cells (Type 2 Diabetes). Stem cell therapy may have the potential to replace insulin producing cells in the body. The undifferentiated cells may heal the body by replacing ones plagued with disease by regenerating new cells. Improvements have been seen in the following symptoms after treatment:
Better glucose levels and control
Significant decreases in insulin requirement
Higher energy levels
How are stem cells administered for Diabetes?
New treatments and reseacrh are giving hope to the diabeties patients. Stem Cells helps to improve the condition of the diabities and helps in controlling suger level in the body. Stem Cells may heplful of the those who suffer from diabetes and does not respond to the typical drugs. "
Symptoms and consequences
The initial symptoms of diabetes are fatigue, extreme thirst and hunger, recurrent urination, weight loss, blurry vision, frequent infections, slow wound healing. However, as the disease progresses and becomes chronic, it can lead to permanent disabilities with life threatening consequences like limb amputations, blindness, stroke, cardiovascular failure, kidney failure etc.
As per the Association of Physicians of India Survey 2015, 90% diabetics in India do not view diabetes as serious health problem or threat until the catastrophic consequences surface themselves. Only lately, Indian homes have started taking diabetes seriously. Type 2 diabetes is the major cause of heart diseases and stroke among people and causes of death and disability. At least 65% of people with diabetes die from some form of heart disease or stroke.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for diabetes. The symptoms are controlled through medicines, insulin injections, diabetic diet and regular exercise etc. with only temporary effect. Few hormone therapies and use of steroids are also available as short term reliefs, but are highly hazardous to health in the long run.