Insulin is a hormone released into the bloodstream by the pancreas to regulate the metabolism of carbohydrate and fat. If the amount of insulin is too low, or if muscle, fat, and organ cells are too resistant to its effects, excess glucose will remain in the bloodstream, depriving the cells of needed energy. Over time, the resulting cellular malnutrition can lead to malfunction of several major organs and systems, including the kidneys, the eyes, the heart, the nervous system, and the circulatory system.
Diabetes has no cure. Traditional treatment is limited to controlling the illness with insulin supplementation, medication, and managing the incidence and severity of complications. Many drugs used in diabetes treatment lose their effectiveness over time, and others have unpleasant side effects. However, recent studies have demonstrated that stem cell therapy may replenish the body’s supply of beta cells, which stimulate the pancreas to increase insulin production. Stem cells may also help by repairing the pancreas and reducing resistance-causing inflammation. In addition, it may control or reduce the secondary effects that diabetes has on the kidneys, eyes, and extremities. Rehealth has been treating diabetic patients with stem cells for several years. Our dedicated team of specialists will analyze your specific health profile and design a targeted therapy to help you feel your best.
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