A cure for Diabetes has not been found yet. However, it can be controlled by
maintaining blood glucose levels, blood fat levels and weight.
Since diabetes increase the
risk of suffering heart diseases and hypertension, complementary measures must
be taken to control:
Several studies revealed that
low doses of aspirin can reduce the risk of suffering a heart attack.
Depending of the type, diabetes is usually controlled following a diet, weight
loss, exercise, and oral medications.
All forms of diabetes have been treatable since insulin became medically
available in 1921, but a cure is difficult. The most widely used form of insulin
is synthetic human insulin, which is chemically identical to human insulin but
manufactured in a laboratory. Insulin analogs, more closely resemble the way
natural insulin acts in the human body.