Non-insulin dependent diabetes is not insulin dependent, it is more favorable. The disease develops usually after forty years and it is associated with decreased sensitivity of body cells to increase glucose levels in the blood and as a result inadequate insulin production.
Treatment in this case starts with preparations in the form of tablets, increasing cellular sensitivity and normalizerbase the production of insulin and also improves the processing of glucose by the intestines, liver, muscles. Insulin therapy of non-insulin dependent diabetes is prescribed only in case of ineffectiveness of this treatment, which is extremely rare.
It is extremely important to identify diabetes at a time that will allow you to choose the most quality and safe treatment. Early diagnosis of any disease provides the most favorable outcome for the patient. All people who are diagnosed with diabetes are put on to the endocrinologist.
Diagnosis of diabetes mellitus type 2 includes:
- consultation of the endocrinologist;
- conducting sonography, ECG, diary management pressure;
- laboratory testing (glucose, OAM, the KLA, glacierbay hemoglobin)
Characteristic symptoms of non-insulin dependent diabetes developing over a long time, and among them are noted:
- the increase of body weight;
- dry mouth and constant thirst;
- pustular skin lesions.
It should be noted that insulin dependent diabetes occurs much easier than the youth.
Complications of diabetes associated with the metabolic and immune disorders. If diabetes is not treated, in most cases, the disease develops very rapidly, which can cause severe complications:
- cardiovascular disease;
- a diabetic coma.
The treatment of NIDDM consists of the following basic tasks:
a lifestyle change is following a special diet, reducing stress, regular exercise;
medication – drugs that reduce the level of glucose in blood, if necessary, insulin injections.
The testimony of the drug
Non-insulin dependent diabetes (with overweight or normal body weight).
Hypersensitivity, non-insulin dependent diabetes; severe renal or hepatic insufficiency; stenosis of the digestive tract; child.
Application of pregnancy and breastfeeding
Contraindicated in pregnancy. Should be used with caution in nursing women (possible hypoglycemia in newborns).
Hypoglycemia; nausea, diarrhea, discomfort in the epigastric region; cholestatic jaundice, toxic hepatitis; leukopenia, agranulocytosis, thrombocytopenia, hemolytic or aplastic anemia, pancytopenia, pruritus, urticaria, maculopapular rash
Method of application and doses
Inside, tablets are swallowed whole (without chewing or breaking apart). The initial dose of 5 mg per day during breakfast, the dose is increased every few days, maximum — 20 mg per day.
It is not recommended to use in combination with miconazole. During treatment should avoid alcohol.