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How do antidepressants work?

With a verified, confirmed diagnosis of a depressive disorder or a depressive syndrome accompanying another somatic disease, antidepressants are often prescribed. Today, these are the No. 1 drugs in the treatment of depressive disorder. There are a lot of antidepressants, and a large number of groups. There are some that have come to us still…
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Diabetes school

The new series dvd -videoprogramm “School for diabetics” Practice shows that today not all patients manage to successfully control diabetes mellitus. For some, this is due to the lack of qualified medical care, modern drugs or personal motivation. Others simply do not have access to information on how to properly control their disease. “The patient must learn to control…
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Diabetes mellitus type II complications

Diabetes mellitus type 2 ( non-insulin dependent ) occurs in adulthood, usually in people who are 40 years of age or older. The development of this disease is associated with increased weight, blood pressure, a large amount of cholesterol in the blood. This disease can occur even when there is an excess of insulin in diabetes mellitus .     In 90% of patients with type…
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Diabetes wound healing

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is one of the severe chronic diseases that develop as a result of impaired carbohydrate and fat metabolism. It has been proven that, if improperly controlled, diabetes mellitus can lead to specific complications, one of the main causes of which is an increase in blood glucose levels.   To imagine what happens in the blood vessels…
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Silver socks protect feet

Science does not stand still, and even now, at first glance, even the most ordinary socks often combine various useful functions. For example, there are antibacterial socks that help protect the feet from all kinds of bacteria and fungi, help to normalize blood circulation, and help to avoid the appearance of an unpleasant odor. The main secret of the new…
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Healing socks for diabetics

Diabetes mellitus is a disease characterized by chronically high blood glucose levels. This leads to damage to the nerves and blood vessels in almost all organs, including the lower extremities.  Diseases of the legs with diabetes mellitus are quite common. Many people suffering from this disease are familiar with problems such as cracking, fungal infections of the nails, and…
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The use of duloxetine-a double reuptake inhibitor in the treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy, as it is known, is a common complication of diabetes mellitus and is registered in 30% of patients on the basis of the hospital register, in 25% of patients during large-scale population studies. The morbidity rate is 2% per year. The most common type of diabetes is symmetrical distal polyneuropathy (DPN), which accounts…
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Permissive and prohibitive rules for foot care

Due to the fact that diabetes mellitus has a high risk of developing gangrene of the foot and, as a result, amputation of a limb, each patient should be familiar with a set of preventive measures to reduce it. These measures can be summarized as simple foot care rules. Prohibitory rules must be followed to prevent…
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Diabetic shoes

In patients with diabetes mellitus in the lower extremities, like other organs, vessels and nerves are affected (sugared). In turn, this leads to a decrease in the sensitivity of the legs, and also increases the risk of foot trauma, the development of foot ulcers, gangrene, and in the most severe cases it can even lead to amputation…
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The Relationship Between Diabetes and Epilepsy

It is believed that people with grade I diabetes suffer from epilepsy attacks three times more often than people who do not have this disease. Scientists from the Medical University of China (Taiwan) became interested in the problem. Their study confirmed the hypothesis and indicated a high risk of developing neurological disorders in diabetics. They…
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