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Metabolic Syndrome

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Last Updated: 01 May 2022
metabolic syndrome as a predictor of type 2 diabetes, and its clinical interpretations and usefulness. "metabolic syndrome as a predictor of type 2 diabetes, and its clinical interpretations and usefulness.", by Shin JA, Lee JH, Lim SY, Ha HS, Kwon HS, Park YM, Lee WC, Kang MI, Yim HW, Yoon KH, Son HY. jdi12075-fig-0001: Concept of metabolic syndrome according to its major clinical outcome. (a) Classical concept of metabolic syndrome including type 2 diabetes as one of the main components. (b) Proposed concept that type 2 diabetes mellitus...

Metabolic syndrome is the name for a group of risk variables for heart problem, diabetes, and other health and wellness issues. Excessive fat around the stomach is a greater risk factor for heart problem than too much fat in other parts of the body. If your high blood pressure remains high gradually, it can harm your heart and lead to other health and wellness troubles. People that have metabolic syndrome typically additionally have too much blood clotting and inflammation throughout the body. There are certain groups of people that have an increased risk of metabolic syndrome: Some racial and ethnic groups. They're very common problems that are linked, which describes why metabolic syndrome affects an approximated 1 in 3 older adults aged 50 or over in the UK. Metabolic syndrome may be detected if you have 3 or more of the following: being very overweight or having excessive fat around your waist; high triglyceride levels and low degrees of HDL in your blood, which can lead to atherosclerosis; high blood pressure that's constantly 140/90mmHg or higher; a failure to control blood sugar levels. If essential, a general practitioner may suggest medicine to help manage your high blood pressure, blood glucose and cholesterol degrees. Your opportunities of developing metabolic syndrome are greater if you have a family history of type 2 diabetes mellitus, or you've had diabetic issues while pregnant. Other points that increase your risk of developing metabolic syndrome include: your age, your risk increases as you age; your race, specific ethnic groups, such as African-Carribean and oriental people, may go to greater risk; other problems, your risk is greater if you've had cardio disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, or, in women, polycystic ovary syndrome.

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