Diabetes mellitus and severe mental illness: mechanisms and clinical implications View Full Text


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2014-12-02

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Richard I. G. Holt, Alex J. Mitchell

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Key PointsDiabetes mellitus affects ∼12% of patients with severe mental illness (SMI)In people with SMI, diabetes mellitus is associated with higher rates of microvascular and macrovascular complications, acute metabolic dysregulation and deaths related to diabetes mellitus than in people without SMIThe mechanisms underlying the association between diabetes mellitus and SMI are multifactorial and include genetic and environmental factors as well as effects of the illness and its treatmentScreening for diabetes mellitus in individuals with SMI is needed to identify the high proportion of people with undiagnosed diabetes mellitusTailored lifestyle interventions can decrease body weight in people with SMI and could potentially reduce the incidence of diabetes mellitusEffective management of diabetes mellitus, incorporating primary care, diabetes mellitus services and mental health teams, is essential to reduce the poor health outcomes and current inequity experienced by people with SMI and diabetes mellitus More... »

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79-89

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