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THE ROLE OF FAMILY CARE IN MODIFYING LIFESTYLE AND METFORMIN IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES TYPE 2

AUTHORS:

*Dr.Housen Khlaf Alblawi,Tariq Mohammed Alshami, Raed Ibrahim Najem, Mohammed Ahmed AL-Abbad, Jafar Mohsen Aljubarah, Nojod Hamed Samkri, Sohail ِAli Alqarawi, Mohammad Raiy Asiri, Saad Abdulsalam Mankarawi, Zahra Ali Alqurus, Mustafa Yaseen Alhashim, Hussain Saeed Aljishi, Safar Saud Alotaibi, Alaa Yaseen Alhashim, Hamza Ali Siam, Mustafa Abdullah Almarzouq

ABSTRACT:

Introduction;The second type of diabetes is rapidly increasing worldwide and one of the most common causes of this disease is obesity. In order to prevent the serious complications of diabetes type 2 of, health control should be given to people who are more susceptible than others to the occurrence of diabetes and its complications through in the care of the family and the regulation and modification of the lifestyle of these patients. Objectives: The goal of research is to know the effect of modifying the lifestyle of diabetics Type II and the same as the drug metformin to reduce blood sugar and reduce the obesity in those patients with diabetes type II and reducing the serious complications of the disease. methods:The study was conducted on three different groups. Each group 30 patients between the ages of 40 and 80 years old. With high blood sugar level. consisted During the five-month period, one group was treated to change lifestyle in terms of nutrition and increased physical activity. Metformin is given twice per day with 500 mg. the third group is control group. Blood glucose, body mass index, waist size and hemoglobin A1c were measured at the beginning of the test and after five months of comparison between the groups in the results.Results:A comparison of the three groups of blood glucose, body mass index and hemoglobin A1C showed that the metformin group had a significantly lower blood sugar level and a body mass index, whereas the second group changed the lifestyle It was also found that the blood sugar level decreased as well as haemoglobinA1C compared to the control group and this confirms that changing lifestyle and medication metformin in the presence of family care greatly reduces the level of results in blood sugar and hemoglobin A1C.Conclusion:Modifying the diet and increase physical movement with the treatment of metformin and lifestyle modification improves and affects the blood sugar and reduce the obesity and delay complications of the symptoms of diabetes type II Key words:Family care, Metformin, life style, obesity and type 2 diabetes.

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