SEPES explains how diabetes affects older people

 

 

 


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Diabetes is a chronic disease that appears when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body does not effectively use the insulin it produces.

Insulin is a hormone that handles blood sugar regulation. The effect of uncontrolled diabetes is defined as hyperglycemia (which is an increase in blood sugar). And that with the passage of time, many organs and systems are severely worn, especially nerves and blood vessels.

From the age of 70, diabetes is triggered in a silent way, causing almost half of older people with this disease to be diagnosed. This lack of knowledge prevents them from properly treating symptoms by increasing the risk of functional and cognitive impairment.

 

Technical team SEPES Home Care ensures that it is very important to regularly perform medical controls as a prevention measure to detect diabetes from the first stages, providing the appropriate tools to treat the disease.

Causes and risk factors
There are various causes of diabetes that are determined by various risk factors, including, in addition to age,:

  • Overweight.
  • Inactivity.
  • Genetic.
  • High blood pressure.

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  • In type 1 diabetes the body does not produce insulin. Although older people can develop this type of diabetes, it most often begins in children and young adults, who then have lifelong diabetes.
  • In type 2 diabetes the body does not produce or use insulin well and is the most common type of diabetes. It occurs most often in middle-aged and older adults, but it can also affect children. The likelihood of having type 2 diabetes is greater if the person is overweight, stays inactive or has a family history of diabetes.

Tips for diabetics
Once this disease is detected, it is essential to know and/or have a couple of tips to live with diabetes:

 

  • Control glucose levels: It is important to take control of the evolution and adjustment of the treatment with 5 or 6 records a day is the right one.
  • Keep a healthy and balanced diet.
  • Drying properly: drink water continuously, small amounts, many times a day.
  • Having an active life: Perform moderate and regular exercise helps control blood sugar levels.
  • Avoid self-medication.

Gemma Montero, CEO of SEPES Home Care, explains that “We frame a custom intervention plan for each user to redirect and re-educate the lost habits with qualified professionals, and thus guarantee the success of the intervention.”

SEPES explains how diabetes affects older people

SEPES explains how diabetes affects older people

Diabetes is a chronic disease that appears when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body does not effectively use the insulin it produces.

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2024-05-19

 

SEPES explains how diabetes affects older people
SEPES explains how diabetes affects older people

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