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What is DIABETES?
Diabetes is one of the most serious chronic illnesses and the number 8th critical disease in the world. The death toll due to Diabetes that was 6.5% until 2014, has reached to 14.5% today.
How does it occur?
Diabetes occurs when insulin resistance arises in the body causing an imbalance in blood glucose/sugar levels. Glucose is an important source of energy that the human body uses. Insulin is the hormone responsible for transporting glucose to cells from food. Diabetes is one of the most common and rapidly growing diseases in Pakistan.
But, the people of Pakistan do not need to worry anymore. The organic and miraculous treatment to Diabetes is brought to Pakistan by Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic using the Stem Cell Technology.
Stem Cell Therapy can help treat Diabetes
Previously, there has been no permanent solution to diabetes. And patients have been relying on regular medications and insulin intake to help maintain their conditions. The recent and evolving technology of Stem Cell Therapy has shown amazing results in treating both “Type 1 & 2 diabetes”.
Patients with diabetes in Asia and the United States have been and are getting treated using Stem Cell Therapy. Pain Management Clinics and other healthcare centers and hospitals in Asia and the United States are now turning towards using the best treatment for diabetes using Stem Cell Therapy.
This evolving and cutting-edge technology is adopted by Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic which is Pakistan’s best Stem Cell Treatment Center. It is approved and regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States, as well as Drug Regulatory Authority Pakistan (DRAP).
What causes Diabetes?
In Pakistan, a majority of the people are developing diabetes due to their family history of the disease. It is being transferred through genes from generation to generation. Other causes include physical inactivity, obesity, fats distribution, an imbalance in food and diet plans, and disturbed day-to-day routines.
Symptoms of Diabetes
Some of the common symptoms that a patient most likely experiences in case of developing type 1 or 2 diabetes are listed below:
- Increased thirst and urination
- Increased hunger
- Blurred vision
- Unintended weight loss
- Sores that heal slowly
- Tingling, pain, or numbness in the hands/feet (in type 2 diabetes)
- Dry mouth and itchy skin
Types of Diabetes
Type – 1: Type 1 diabetes is insulin-dependent diabetes. It occurs when the pancreas produces very little or no insulin at all. In this condition, the insulin-producing cells called Beta Cells are disturbed due to being attacked by the body’s immune system. This causes the pancreas to stop producing insulin. As a result, there appears a significant rise in blood glucose because glucose stops getting into cells.
Patients with Type 1 diabetes are compelled to take insulin daily. Besides they have to keep great care of their food, diet, and other day to day routines. Type-1 diabetes can be developed in children as well as young adults with genetics and family history as major causes.
Type – 2 Diabetes: It is a condition in which the body stops responding to insulin. When the condition grows, the body stops producing enough insulin. Despite that the insulin is produced in the body, it is not effectively used due to type 2 diabetes. As a result, the blood sugar rises because the body doesn’t use insulin as a fuel and it causes resistance to insulin in the body.
People having type-2 diabetes have to manage a healthy lifestyle and take regular medications prescribed by the physician to control the condition. Type-2 diabetes develops majorly in adults over the age of 40; however, it can occur in youngsters and children as well due to carelessness and ignorance towards balance in food, diet, and other routines in life.
How Stem Cells help in Diabetes Treatment
Stem cells have healing, reproducing, and developing characteristics. The stem cell technology has the potential to cure many diseases that have been declared as incurable in the past. Diabetes is a complex and diverse disease. One of the most promising strategies to cure diabetes is to transplant beta cells, which sense blood sugar levels and produce insulin to reduce them.
Patients with type 1 diabetes would benefit because scientists successfully transformed stem cells into insulin-producing cells called beta cells in clinical trials. New beta cells would replace the ones you had lost to the disease.
Type 2 patients could increase their body’s ability to produce insulin, lowering blood sugar levels, and alleviating the need for injections. These new cells are more sensitive and secrete insulin that better corresponds to the glucose levels.
Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic, the Stem Cell Treatment Hospital in Pakistan, has set a goal to serve its patients with quality and advanced treatment. The stem cell therapy for diabetes treatment is ready to set a benchmark in Pakistan’s medical technology.
Diverse stem cell models have been used for the successful cultivation of beta-cells; however, the Umbilical Cord and Amniotic Stem Cells are the most powerful in treating chronic illnesses such as diabetes. The Stem Cell Rejuvenation Center in Pakistan “Shifa Regenerative & Rejuvenation Clinic” uses these two types of Stem Cells in treating different diseases especially diabetes. So, if you are worried to treat diabetes, this clinic is the right platform for you. For further assistance, you may contact at (051) 889-6711 or send an email at [email protected].