Vaishnav Priti Baludas, Kadam Kavita Shivaji, Kalunkhe Amruta Dadasaheb, Pagar Swati Aappasaheb, Musmade Deepak Sitaram
Vaishnav Priti Baludas, Kadam Kavita Shivaji, Kalunkhe Amruta Dadasaheb, Pagar Swati Aappasaheb*, Musmade Deepak Sitaram
SDSPM’s, Nandkumar Shinde College of Pharmacy, Vaijapur, Dist - Aurangabad, M.S, India – 423701.
Volume - 11,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2021
Many evidences suggested that stressful experience might affect diabetes. The estimate of the actual number of diabetes in India is around 40 million. This means India actually has the highest number of diabetic’s patient of any one country in entire world. No doubt, one of the natural element of life i.e. Stress is a major contributor to the diabetes. Stress can bring many unexpected changes in the blood sugar level; this could trigger symptoms associated with diabetes. Some retrospective human studies have suggested that the stress can participate in Type-1 diabetes, animal studies have shown that stress can cause Type-1 diabetes. impaired glucose tolerance and metabolic disease, however human studies have shown that stress can stimulate hyperglycaemia, insulin resistance. In contrast more consistentevidence support the role of stress in Type-2 diabetes. In recent year the complexities of the relationship between stress and diabetes have become well known but have been less well researched. Some studies have suggested that stressful experience may affect the onset and the metabolic control of diabetes, but finding have often been inconclusive. In this article we reviewed some of this research going on to consider how stress might affect the diabetes and physiological mechanism through which this may occurs and their preventions and management.
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Vaishnav Priti Baludas, Kadam Kavita Shivaji, Kalunkhe Amruta Dadasaheb, Pagar Swati Aappasaheb, Musmade Deepak Sitaram. Stress Induced Diabetes. Asian Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2021; 11(2):145-0. doi: 10.52711/2231-5659.2021-11-2-9
Vaishnav Priti Baludas, Kadam Kavita Shivaji, Kalunkhe Amruta Dadasaheb, Pagar Swati Aappasaheb, Musmade Deepak Sitaram. Stress Induced Diabetes. Asian Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2021; 11(2):145-0. doi: 10.52711/2231-5659.2021-11-2-9 Available on: https://ajpsonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2021-11-2-9
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