What you need to know to prevent or alleviate diabetes mellitus with hormone therapies:
- Diabetes mellitus: what, how, physiology, types 1 and 2, complications, therapies with oral diabetics, insulin.
- Insulin sensitivity and resistance.
- Oral, intranasal and subcutaneous (short-, medium and long-acting) insulin therapies.
- Insulin use to reduce aging.
- Treatments with thyroid hormones, testosterone, estradiol, melatonin, DHEA, growth hormone and IGF-1 to prevent or reduce diabetes.
- The similarities in symptoms and physical signs of diabetes with signs (with pictures) and symptoms of deficiencies or excess in growth hormone, melatonin, thyroid, IGF-1, cortisol, DHEA, insulin, estrogen, progesterone, and/or testosterone.
- The scientific studies showing that deficiencies in these hormones increase the incidence of diabetes or aggravates its severity.
- Tables with overviews of the major hormone therapies that may reduce the risk or severity of diabetes mellitus: Products, doses, best route of administration, potency of each hormone therapy in reducing diabetes.
- Glucagon therapy for hypoglycemia.
- Practical case of a patient with prediabetes.
Gain insight into which hormone therapies may reduce the likelihood or development of diabetes. Useful information for physicians who treat diabetic patients.
- Diabetes Physiology perdisposing conditions, clinical course
- Diabetes complications, type 1 and 2 treatment
- Diabetes treatment – oral diabetics, metformin, insulin
- Insulin sensitivity and resistance
- Oral and intranasal insulin therapy
- Insulin, the forgotten anti-aging hormone
- Testosterone, E2, T3, Melatonin, GH, IGF-1 to prevent or reduce diabetes
- Glucagon treatment
- Prediabetes patient case
The hormone therapies that may help prevent, relief or even cure diabetes