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As already mentioned, the main measure of security against optical disorders diabetes mellitus serious primary prevention ensuring the main populations with higher rates of high blood sugar, the persons to whom these measures do not adapt, the best would be a adapt a systematic plan carefully to avoid permanent damage and improve the quality of life for all concerned.
As the main treatment of patients is common, control of insulin injections is a necessary measure of either fast acting or slow.
Another feature that should be considered is the cause of diabetes mellitus type 2, either by overspending of beta cells for periods of gestation in women, due to wear by the low effectiveness of insulin in the body either by lack of or damage to the insulin receptors in the body's cells or whether by excessive intake of foods with high amounts of carbohydrates and high in fat which would be very representative of an unbalanced diet or food consumption low protein