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Treatments for type 2 diabetes have highly evolved over the years and aim to gain tight control over blood glucose levels. The most efficient treatments for diabetes are in practice, and are typically oral medicines. There are a variety of medications available for the general healing of the disease. All medicines share the same outcome, which is to maintain a normal blood glucose level. Metamorfin is the drug primarily recommended to decrease the production of glucose by the liver and increase insulin sensitivity. ( cite). If Medimorfin does not deliver appropriate results doctors will then turn to Sulfonylureas, a medication used to stimulate the pancreas to produce more insulin. Sulphonylureas may, however, cause hypoglycaemia, weight gain and nausea, so may not be appropriate or tolerated well in all individuals. (citeeeeee). If at that point both treatments fail the addition of Thiazolidinedione, a medication used to increase the sensitivity of one’s cell towards insulin, will be trialled . If the body was showing little or slow insulin production a medicine called D-phenylalanine will be recommended to accommodate as it is used to increase the amount of insulin production. If none of the above oral anti-diabetic drugs work insulin therapy is recommended for healing a specific target. As stated by (sciencedirect), one fourth of all patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus are being treated by insulin injections but the majority of individuals copping with this disease find a combination of oral medicines and lifestyle changes effective.