What is Hypoxia and How Its Relates to Diabetes?

Friday, October 11, 2019
Illustration effect of hypoxia on cells or tissues
(credit to Osmosis, YouTube)

We discussed about two metabolic factors that are glucotoxicity and lipotoxicity at previous articles: How Lipotoxicity Relate to Diabetes? And Effect of Metabolic on Beta Cells in the Pancreas.

We will talk little bit about another metabolic factor called as “hypoxia” in this post.

As mentioned by WebMd (2019) that hypoxia is condition of low oxygen level in the our tissues due to low oxygen level in the blood.

Hence, blood can’t bring enough oxygen to the tissue's need. It could lead to injure of cells or dysfunctional of several organs in the body.

Depend on length of time, effect of hypoxia on human body (organs) is range from almost no problem to mild problem to death:
- headaches
- difficult to breath (increase breathing rate)
- increase rate of heart
- body not work properly
- brain stops to function
- lifelong brain damage
- death



Illustration of wide effects of hypoxia (credit First Aid).

Then, the question might be asked: what is relationship between hypoxia and diabetes?

Some literature said that hypoxia and excess nutrient to be trigger of obesity, then cause glucose intolerance and diabetes.

It is suggested to prevent hypoxia and excess nutrient in order to manage body weight by doing:
- consume healthy diet
- exercises regularly
- minimize to use pharmacological theraphy or drugs medication

Reference

WebMd. 2019. What is Hypoxia. Retrieved from https: webmd.

24 comments:

  1. Oh very interesting and informative post darling
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      We discussed about two metabolic factors that are glucotoxicity and lipotoxicity at previous articles: How Lipotoxicity Relate to Diabetes? And Effect of Metabolic on Beta Cells in the Pancreas.

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  3. I never imagine that hipoxia is related to diabetes. Thanks for the interesting information

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      As mentioned by WebMd (2019) that hypoxia is condition of low oxygen level in the our tissues due to low oxygen level in the blood.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      What is Hypoxia and How Its Relates to Diabetes?
      -
      Depend on length of time, effect of hypoxia on human body (organs) is range from almost no problem to mild problem to death:
      - headaches
      - difficult to breath (increase breathing rate)
      - increase rate of heart
      - body not work properly
      - brain stops to function
      - lifelong brain damage
      - death

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  7. First time I have heard of hypoxia, thanks.

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  8. Great information! Poor dlet, lack of exercise, the use of pharmaceuticals - the perfect storm.

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  9. This is a great information! I didn't know about hypoxia and how it related to diabetes.
    Wish you a nice and peaceful weekend!

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  10. Isn't it amazing how good diet and exercise can help a lot of heakth related diseases! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. It's the first time I heard about Hypoxia, thanks for the information!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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  12. Thank you for interesting article. Never heard of hypoxia before.

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  13. I haven't heard about it before, interesting!☺

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  14. Thank you for the information, it is important for us to stay healthy.
    Have a happy day and a great new week!

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  15. hypoxia is very serious, not just for diabetics
    best regards
    Lili

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  16. I didn't know that about hypoxia. Great information .

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