|Today KL Kuala Lumpur Neuro Acupuncture Herbal Herbs Medicine Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus Children
Type 1 diabetes is the most common form of the disease in children. It is caused by the inability of the pancreas to produce insulin. The cause of diabetes is not yet known but it is believed that environmental and hereditary factors as well as infections play a part. It affects boys and girls equally.
Type 1 diabetes is classified as an autoimmune disease, meaning a condition in which the body's immune system seems to attack one of the body's own tissues or organs. This process will have been developing for a long period before the symptoms of diabetes present themselves.
It usually occurs in late childhood but can present itself from early infancy through to late adulthood.
Type 2 diabetes are more common to be overweight adults, but more and more children and adolescents are developing this condition (almost 10% of diabetic children). These children are overweight, develop their symptoms at an older age than patients with IDDM (usually around 12 years) and may have a positive family history, with Type 2 diabetes who are first or second degree relatives. They will also have the usual diabetic symptoms and they may also have acanthosis nigricans, a skin disorder that commonly occurs in Type 2 diabetes. At risk children who are overweight should be tested every few years to make sure that they are not diabetic.
Type I diabetes and type 2 diabetes children symptoms are findings often similar.
Type 1 Diabetes Children
- Usually not obese; often recent weight loss
- Short duration of symptoms (thirst and frequent urination)
- Presence of ketones at diagnosis with about 35% presenting with ketoacidosis.
- Often a honeymoon period after blood sugars are in control during which the need for insulin diminishes significantly (and sometimes is not needed to control blood sugars) for a while.
- Ultimate complete destruction of the insulin-producing cells needing exogenous insulin for survival
- Ongoing risk of ketoacidosis
- Only about 5% with a family history (in first or second degree relatives) of diabete
Type 2 Diabetes Children
- Overweight at diagnosis; little or no weight loss.
- Usually have sugar in the urine but no ketones
- As many as 30% will have some ketones in the urine at diagnosis
- About 5% will have ketoacidosis at diagnosis
- Little or no thirst and no increased urination
- Strong family history of diabetes
- 45 - 80% have at least one parent with diabetes
- diabetes may span many generations of family members
- 74 - 90% have a first or second degree relative with diabetes
- Typically from African, Hispanic, Asian, or American Indian origin
- Disorders likely to cause insulin resistance are common
- About 90% of children with type 2 have dark shiny patches on the skin (acanthosis nigricans), which are most often found between the fingers and between the toes and on the back of the neck ("dirty neck") and in axillary creases.
- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Researchers have identified several genes associated with the development of diabetes children. The prevailing belief about the etiology, or cause, of diabetes is that although someone may have a genetic predisposition for developing diabetes children, it takes an environmental trigger (e.g., virus, toxin, drug) to set the autoimmune process in motion that destroys insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells and causes diabetes children.
Risk factors for developing diabetes children may include:
- Family history. A child that has a parent or sibling diabetes has a 2 to 6% risk of developing the disease (the risk is higher if both a parent and sibling or an identical twin have diabetes).
- Autoimmune diseases. The presence of other autoimmune disorders, such as thyroid disease and celiac disease, raises the risk of diabetes.
- Early cessation of breastfeeding and/or exposure to cow’s milk. Clinical research indicates that breastfeeding at least three months decreases the risk of diabetes. Some studies have also found that exposure to cow’s milk or cow’s milk-based formula before one year of age may increase diabetes risk, although other studies have not borne out the link.
- Ethnicity. In America, Caucasians have a greater risk of diabetes than African-Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans, and Latinos. Worldwide, Finland and Sardinia have the highest incidence of diabetes.
- History of childhood viruses. Viruses that have been associated with diabetes as environmental triggers include coxsackie B, enteroviruses, adenovirus, rubella, cytomegalovirus, and Epstein-Barr virus.
| Medicine Ways has been proven effective for all these conditions of Diabetic Children in KL Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Medicine
The intensive Treatment may takes between 4 weeks to 6 months depends on how long they have got it and how bad is the conditions.
Chinese Master's special herbal medicine is to regenerates the pancreas and spleen conditions so that it can perform its normal functions after. The herbs will regenerates the pancreas and spleen's cells, the old and natural way of stem cells replacement. The natural way of cells replacement Treatment for diabetes has been with KL Kuala Lumpur research since 150 years ago by our forefather (1850 ).
The herbal medicine herbs/powder will have to be taken 3 times a day. There will be straight dieting and others advise for the children. You are advise to take the herbal powder for 30 days course first and then continue with it if your children is not treated by then. 30% of our diabetic children get treated with our herbal powder in 30 days, For those who are more serious will need more then 1 course of herbal powder Treatment.