To begin with, Diabetes mellitus is a condition when a person has high blood glucose or blood sugar levels.
Also, it is commonly referred to as diabetes. It occurs when the body’s insulin production is inadequate or if different parts of the body do not respond properly to the insulin produced affecting the body’s metabolism or it can be both. Moreover, insulin removes excess glucose from the blood which would otherwise be toxic to the body. It prevents the use of fat as an energy source. Diabetes can make the person prone to frequent urination, increased thirst and hunger. Similarly, there are three basic types of diabetes: Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes and gestational diabetes.
In Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body does not produce enough insulin for metabolism and this can develop early, even before the age of 40 or in the teens as well. Equally, people with Type 1 diabetes have to take insulin throughout their lives for a balance of blood glucose levels.
Alternatively, Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes. It happens when the body does not have enough insulin or the cells of the body resist the available insulin. Above all, the main cause of this is overweight and obesity. Being physically inactive and eating unhealthy and fatty food will lead to excess demand on insulin in the body or failed metabolism. This can even cause cardiovascular illness. Fatty deposits would increase over time owing to decreased insulin production and impair the blood flow to vital organs like the heart, lungs and brain. This can even lead to kidney failure. Equally, the blood flow to the extremities in the body get blocked as well resulting in nerve damage, serious infections, cramps and can sometimes require amputation of some parts.
Gestational diabetes occurs in pregnant females due to the high glucose levels in the blood during pregnancy. The body finds it difficult to produce sufficient insulin to support the extra metabolism. It can be controlled with proper diet and exercise. It can sometimes pass through the mother’s placenta into the baby and cause overweight in the fetus making delivery a difficult process. Also, the newborn is born with the condition.
Diabetes can also cause damage to the optic nerve due to the effect on the small blood vessels leading to the retina and the optic nerve. This causes glaucoma reducing vision and leading to cataract formation and blindness (through effect on the eye lens).
Hellolife Diamaxol – a natural remedy
Diamaxol is a product of hellolife that adds daily nutrition to support the daily intake of sugar and regulate the blood sugar. It has a mix of natural botanicals, vitamins and minerals that will support a healthy life style. A healthy diet and proper exercise will promote a better overall health. The ingredients used in Diamaxol are Vitamin C, biotin, magnesium, zinc, manganese, chromium, alpha lipoic acid, L-Taurine, vanadlyl, herbal ingredients of bitter melon fruit extract, guggul resin, gymnema sylvestre, licorice root extract, cinnamon bark powder, huckleberry powder, banana leaf extract, yarrow flower, juniper berry and cayenne fruit all of which have sugar regulatory properties.
How to use Diamaxol?
The capsules can be taken apart and mixed with food or taken directly with water. They will help the body cells react to insulin and help in regulating insulin production.
Diamaxol is a product of hellolife that adds daily nutrition to support the daily intake of sugar and regulate the blood sugar. It has a mix of natural botanicals, vitamins and minerals that will support a healthy life style. A healthy diet and proper exercise will promote a better overall health.