Biomechanology of Type 1 Diabetes
First published in 2008 - Last edited in May 2022 by Luka Tunjic. © All rights reserved.
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Postural Profile of People with Type 1 Diabetes - (abstract) - Upon a closer look, it can be noticed that people with type 1 diabetes share specific postural and musculoskeletal characteristics. One type of posture prevalent among people with Type 1 diabetes is the particular type of swayback posture. Two main types of swayback postures appear similar, but there are significant differences. One type of swayback posture is when the lumbar spine is excessively curved inward (swayback-lordosis-posture). This type of posture is not prevalent among people with Type 1 diabetes. ... Postural profile determines musculoskeletal shape. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
Musculoskeletal Profile of Normal Weight People without and with T1D - (abstract) - Musculoskeletal system shape is determined by postural profile. ... By the swayback posture, and by the lower chest forward posture, the pancreas is shifted further away from the (central) line of gravity. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
A Link Between Occupation and Type 1 Diabetes - (abstract) - Type 1 diabetes affects primarily young children. But that is not the case for people with Type 1 diabetes participating in competitive sports. All of them are diagnosed in adulthood or adolescence with type 1 diabetes. ... The difference in incidence and prevalence of type 1 diabetes between certain sports activities is manifold. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
Obesity and Type 1 Diabetes - (abstract) - Does Obesity Protect against Type 1 Diabetes???? ... The Discovery of Type 1 Diabetes - "The French physician Étienne Lancereaux (1829 –1910) is generally credited with making the distinction between fat and thin diabetes: diabete gras (big) and diabete maigre (lean)” ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
Weight Loss and Type 1 Diabetes - (abstract) - One more fact is that children experience weight loss around the time of their diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes. ... Many children (and adults) experience voluntary or involuntary weight loss, but they do not develop Type 1 diabetes. Actually, the mechanism underlying weight loss in those people is different from the mechanism underlying weight loss in people who develop Type 1 diabetes. ... Understanding the mechanism of weight gain and weight loss in people affected with Type 1 diabetes is an essential step to understanding what really causes Type 1 Diabetes. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
Insulin Therapy and Weight Gain - (abstract) - Despite no change in their physical activity and food intake, in many people with Type 1 diabetes, the beginning of insulin therapy is followed by weight gain. On the other hand, despite insulin therapy and no change in their physical activity and food intake, many people with Type 1 diabetes don't experience weight gain. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
Spontaneous Remission of Type 1 Diabetes - (abstract) - The fact that has been known for many decades, but rarely mentioned is that when women with Type 1 diabetes become pregnant, their condition improves and some of them become insulin-free during pregnancy. But pregnancy doesn’t cure type 1 diabetes because, after delivery, they again become affected with type 1 diabetes. ... Quote: "One-third of pregnant women, including those who’ve had it for 20 years or more, have reduced insulin needs during pregnancy. Among pregnant type 1 women, there is often a decline in the need for insulin. Some women have been insulin-free throughout their pregnancy, only to return to insulin requirements after delivery. New insulin production has been seen among type 1 patients with a history of diabetes for more than 20 years." *Jovanovic L, et all.,Diabetologia. 2000 Oct;43(10):1329-30. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
Post-exercise Hypoglycemia and Post-exercise Hyperglycaemia - (abstract) - ... In people with Type 1 diabetes, exercises sometimes lower blood sugar to an extent that is beneficial for the overall treatment of type 1 diabetes, and sometimes exercise increases the blood sugar levels, it can even rise to the point of Hyperglycaemia. ... Understanding the post-exercise weight loss is an essential condition to understand and prevent post-exercise hypoglycaemia, including nighttime hypoglycaemia. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
What Stimulates the Pancreas to Work Properly - (abstract) - The muscles that never sleep stimulate the pancreas to work correctly - The muscles of respiration (muscles involved in the breathing process). ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
Type 1 Diabetes in American Indians, Alaska Natives - (abstract) - According to a few sources, not a single case of type-1 diabetes has been found among the Inuit population of Alaska natives. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
Chiropractic Pioneering Research into Type 1 Diabetes - (abstract) - The real value of chiropractic research lies in the courage and effort to treat type 1 diabetes in a non-conventional method. The idea of the nonconventional method is based on their observation of spines in people affected with type 1 diabetes. ... (Read the full text of the research article.)
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