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Where is the most dangerous hide?

11/12/2019

Where is the most dangerous hide?

People are accustomed to linking body obesity with the words “rich” and “blessing”, thus becoming a symbol of life’s prosperity.

In daily life, there is also a saying that “the heart is wide and fat,” and it seems that too many people mean that there is no annoyance.

However, this is not the case. After experiencing social and economic development, the standard of living has improved, people’s exercise has been reduced, and the proportion of unfortunate internal bodies has increased.

  This is precisely the so-called rich disease-excessive disease brought about by the great enrichment of matter.

From the perspective of medical care, obesity is inextricably linked to diabetes, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, arteriosclerosis and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

In the case of diabetes, about 80% of patients have varying degrees of excessive problems.

It seems that obesity has turned from the result of heart wideness to the root of hairpin.

  Then, is it possible to solve the health crisis caused by excessive use of liposuction? To answer this question, we must first understand the distribution of small tissues in the human body.

In general, the unfortunate tissues in the human body are mainly distributed in the subcutaneous and abdominal cavity.

It is commonly referred to as liposuction surgery.

Refers to the aunt who is re-stored under the skin.

This method may change the appearance of a person within a certain period of time, but it cannot avoid a slight health crisis.

Medical research has shown that sputum hidden in the abdominal cavity is the biggest “suspect” of diabetes.

Scientists have found from experiments in rats that surgical removal of the visceral sputum of these animals can quickly reduce the concentration of glucose in the blood and improve the symptoms of diabetes.

Similar results have been confirmed in humans.

For example, during the course of renal anastomosis, a part of the internal organs are replenished. After the patient recovers from the examination, it is found that the stubborn diabetes has improved greatly.

  There is growing evidence that internal filth is not necessarily a repository of energy stored by the human body, it is also one of the organizations with certain biological functions.

From the experimental results obtained, the internal dirty can secrete hormones and other biochemical molecules.

And the subcutaneous sputum distributed in the superficial parts, the visceral sputum is more active in the metabolism of matter.

To what extent is it really active, it is still a puzzle that is not completely solved.

However, one thing is relatively clear, that is, visceral sputum can increase the body’s tolerance to insulin.

Glucose in blood sugar can not be absorbed by cells, resulting in high blood sugar and even diabetes.

  Under normal conditions, the glucose that is eaten is broken down into smaller molecules by digestion, the most important of which is glucose.

Glucose is the source of energy for cell work.

Glucose in the blood is often referred to simply as blood sugar.

The blood sugar level will increase after eating, and in the case of the body’s lack of tolerance to insulin, glucose will enter the muscles, liver and abnormal cells from the blood with the help of insulin.

If the body is highly tolerant to insulin, the cells will not listen to insulin instructions and will shut out glucose.

If muscle cells don’t get energy, it will affect normal work.

This is why people with diabetes tend to feel tired.

  In addition, blood glucose continues to be higher than conventional levels, causing serious complications such as visual impairment, blindness, kidney damage, nerve ending lesions, and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

In the early stages of the body’s over-tolerance to dialysis, the body is still trying to mobilize the amplitude to produce and secrete more insulin, leading to the need for muscle cells in obesity.

Over time, the millennium will become overworked and no longer produce enough insulin.

The patient only lives by injecting insulin.

  As mentioned earlier, correcting visceral feces may be a hope for correcting obesity tolerance in patients with obesity.

However, from a practical point of view, it is a big problem for adults to undergo major surgery, and it will increase more risks.

At present, a hospital in the United States is experimenting with ultra-invasive surgery to remove the hidden viscera, and the test results have not yet been revealed.

For most people, paying attention to a reasonable diet and proper physical activity is an effective way to control internal organs.