Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Autonomic Diabetic Neuropathy

Among the numerous complications attributable to uncontrolled diabetes, you also have autonomic diabetic neuropathy. This is a serious condition where, the nerves controlling the automatic functions of your body get gravely impacted.

Here, there is a major obstruction for the messages that travel from your brain to regions of the autonomic nervous system. And, this tells upon the working of the heart, sweat glands, blood vessels, bladder and intestines, to name a few.  

What are the Implications of Autonomic Diabetic Neuropathy?

Depending on the exact group of the autonomic nerves that got affected, the following are few of the possible complications of this neuropathy:

  • When the damage is to the nerves related to bladder, there is abnormal urine retention in it (bladder) and, this in turn causes UTI (urinary tract infections).
  • Likewise, when the neuropathy attacks the intestinal nerves, either diarrhea or constipation becomes more or less inevitable.
  • ED (erectile dysfunction) is another worrisome possibility of the problem, when the effect is on nerves pertaining to sexual stimulation and achieving erections.
Remember, neuropathy can cause several more complications other than that mentioned above, if prompt treatment is not initiated.

Symptoms of Autonomic Diabetic Neuropathy

At this point, we again have to understand that the symptoms that manifest are reliant on the precise bodily system that the neuropathy has injured. However, let us have a brief look at the predominant signs and symptoms.

  • Vomiting/nausea
  • Fainting or dizziness
  • Loss of appetite  
  • Urine incontinence
  • Difficulty in having erections and maintaining them
  • Decline in lubrication in vagina (for women)
  • Excessive sweating
  • Sudden drop in blood pressure when trying to change the posture rapidly
APT (Artificial Pancreas Treatment) - The Only Way to Treat Autonomic Diabetic Neuropathy 
Now, there is absolutely no necessity for you to panic. Well, the ATP (artificial pancreas treatment) is here to take care of things for you!

The APT, by normalizing the metabolism of glucose, makes sure that the nerves of your whole body instantly start getting the required nourishment. And, this gradually reverses the signs of autonomic neuropathy over a period of time. You do not have to wait too long to notice that all the symptoms of the condition have vanished, thanks to APT.   

The Hyderabad-based Koya Diabetes Care, an associate of US-based Trina Healthcare is the only medical facility of India that provides Artificial Pancreas Treatment. Just trust its unique expertise and see the positive difference for yourself!

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