The Role of Insulin in Diabetes: Animation

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Here’s what you need to know about insulin production and type 2 diabetes.

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0:00 The role of insulin in diabetes animated
0:27 Insulin receptors and glucose absorption
0:44 What is insulin resistance?
1:14 Insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes

In this video, we’re going to talk about the pancreas and the role of insulin in diabetes.

The pancreas regulates blood glucose levels by secreting insulin. This hormone is produced in the regions of the pancreas known as islets of Langerhans, which is populated mostly with beta cells.

Once released from the beta cells, insulin assists glucose entry into different cells, such as the skeletal muscle cells. Their membranes contain insulin receptors that help the cells absorb glucose for energy.

Over time, an increase in carbohydrate intake results in excess levels of insulin in the blood—a condition known as hyperinsulinemia—as a protective mechanism from this. e

Excess cells will then start resisting insulin binding to their receptors. In turn, this will inhibit the delivery of glucose in the cell—a condition known as insulin resistance.

Insulin will turn glucose into fat to deal with high glucose levels, which leads to obesity. This leads to even higher levels of insulin over time.

The beta cells get exhausted and reduce the output of insulin. This imbalance between the high blood glucose, the resistance of insulin, and lower insulin output lead to a variety of health issues.

Over time, the number and volume of eyelids are reduced, less insulin is released, and blood sugars now rise too much. This situation becomes type 2 diabetes.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this animation helped clear up the mechanisms of insulin production, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes. See you in the next video.
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