The World’s Burden of Diabetes During the Latest Three Decades
Keywords:ammonia, diabetes, Helicobacter pylori, stress diabetes, type II diabetes.
The World’s Burden of Diabetes During the Latest Three Decades Might Not Be on the Account of Type II Diabetes but on Potential Stress Diabetes; Type II Diabetes is Not Curable While Stress Diabetes Could Be Corrected. Aim: Demonstration of an observational association between the flaring challenge of Helicobacter pylori and the spreading world’s diabetic phenomena during late three decades so that control of diabetes spread could be possible. Background: The spread of DM is rising all over the world in a dramatic way same as the fire spreading in hey especially in developing countries giving the term "diabetic epidemic" an actual credibility. The late three decades demonstrated rediscovery and antibiotic aggression towards H. pylori, development of migrating H. pylori strains and flare up of diabetes mellitus. Any study which does not correlate between these findings of the last three decades is definitely not employing any clinical sense. H. pylori could be forced to migrate to the colon under the influence of the antibiotic violence with consequent accumulation of profuse toxic amounts of colonic ammonia unopposed or buffered by any acidity leading to a biological toxic stress to the body that could predispose to stress diabetes among disadvantaged susceptible population. Administration of oral hypoglycemic pills to a stressed pancreas constitutes an insistence to flog a tired horse turning a potential condition into an established chronic illness with consequent flare up of the diabetic phenomena all over the world. Conclusion: The world’s spread of diabetes during latest three decades might not be on the account of type II dibetes but stress diabetes due to a potential toxic stress signifying that the diabetic condition could be corrected and the world’s diabetes spread could be readily and adequately controlled