Empowerment in the Treatment of Diabetes and Obesity.

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childhood obesity 25144 blood pressure, compared to the control group [[41]].Very few reports concern the use of empowerment in childhood obesity . The Pediatric Obesity Empowerment Model-Group Medical Visits (POEM-GMV) program examined the use of
hyperglycemia 3215 normoglycemia [[2]], even though they are aware of the long-term complications resulting from chronic hyperglycemia . As a result, we often observe continuous stress in both the patient and the health care professionals.Another
obesity 423 date (ppub): /2016Publication date (epub): 12/2016AbstractAs the available therapies for diabetes and obesity are not effective enough, diabetologists and educators search for new methods to collaborate with patients
obesity 715 discuss perspectives for the development of new empowerment-type therapies in the treatment of diabetes/ obesity . Empowerment is a process whereby patients gain the necessary knowledge to influence their own behavior
obesity 1736 patients. In future, empowerment may become part of the standard of care for patients with diabetes and/or obesity .1. IntroductionDiabetes is one of the most threatening diseases of the 21st century, with epidemiological
obesity 2502 empowerment-type therapies, a new approach involving cooperation between the patient with diabetes and/or obesity and health care professionals.2. Treatment of Diabetes Remains a Huge ChallengeIn both type 1 and 2
obesity 14651 body weight, physical activity, and depression symptoms for large groups of patients with diabetes/ obesity undergoing empowerment. Therefore, the process and rules of empowerment should be defined in accordance
obesity 14971 efficacy of this approach and to establish the standards of care for patients with diabetes and/or obesity .In summary, the fundamental assumptions of empowerment are the following:Patients provide 98% of their
obesity 16387 use of empowerment therapy were conducted in adult patients with type 2 diabetes and/or overweight/ obesity . The objectives of these studies included better quality of life, normalization of body weight and lipid
obesity 24197 patients without the intervention [[38], [39]].5.4. Effect on Overweight and ObesityOverweight and obesity are one of the main problems associated with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, as they increase the risk
obesity 24926 the health self-empowerment workshop that was conducted among 153 low-income adults with overweight/ obesity resulted in increased engagement in physical activity and healthy diet, as well as a reduction in BMI
obesity 25154 pressure, compared to the control group [[41]].Very few reports concern the use of empowerment in childhood obesity . The Pediatric Obesity Empowerment Model-Group Medical Visits (POEM-GMV) program examined the use of
obesity 25844 metabolic control, lipid profile, and BMI and reduce the associated long-term complications (including obesity and cardiovascular disease risk) in patients with type 2 diabetes.6. The Effects of Empowerment Therapy
obesity 31777 follow the medical recommendations; however, it does not work in chronic diseases, such as diabetes or obesity . The essence of the work of empowerment educators is to provide the information to the patients about
obesity 36583 Medicine. In future, empowerment may become part of the standard of care for patients with diabetes and/or obesity

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