Influence on One Another: Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes go hand in hand; one can cause or worsen the other.
chance Factors for Obesity: Excessive body fat can cause insulin resistance, which in turn increases the chance of developing Type 2 diabetes.
Insulin Resistance: The development of diabetes is increased when the body's capacity to control blood sugar levels is impaired due to obesity-related insulin resistance.
Weight Gain and Hyperglycemia: Insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes makes it harder for the body to absorb glucose, which in turn causes blood sugar levels to rise and fat accumulation to increase.
Chronic low-grade inflammation is a hallmark of both diabetes and obesity, and the two conditions have a multiplicative influence on metabolic dysfunction due to their mutual association.
Problems with Adipose Tissue: Obesity is associated with problems with adipose tissue, which can lead to inflammation and, in turn, insulin resistance and diabetes.
Communal lifestyle variables: Obesity and type 2 diabetes share common lifestyle variables, including unhealthy eating and lack of physical activity.
Management: Holistic treatment emphasizes lifestyle changes, weight control, and blood sugar control.