Diabetes mellitus is a condition in which the body does not produce enough insulin or is unable to properly respond to the insulin produced. As a result, blood sugar (glucose) levels are abnormally high.

Type 1 diabetes is based on a defense reaction of the immune system, which is directed against the body’s own insulin-producing cells in the pancreas.

Type 2 diabetes almost always occurs in connection with obesity and a reduced effect of insulin, the so-called insulin resistance.

Gestational diabetes (gestational diabetes) is a disordered sugar metabolism that is first detected during pregnancy. Gestational diabetes puts both mother and child at risk.

Optimal blood sugar control largely prevents the occurrence of late diabetic complications in the eyes, nerves and kidneys. In addition, the comprehensive therapy of risk factors effectively prevents heart attacks and strokes. During the conversation, I will advise you on which therapy options offer the most benefits for you.