use it properly. This creates a buildup of glucose in the bloodstream, which can result in high levels of both blood glucose and insulin in your bloodstream.
What To Do About It?
Aesthetic treatment is generally ineffective, although lactic acid, topical urea, salicylic acid, calcipotriol, and retinoids have all been used with anecdotal success. In one reported case, a patient with long-standing facial acanthosis nigricans, which had proved resistant to dermabrasion, tretinoin, calcipotriol, and systemic etretinate, noted aesthetic improvement after carbon dioxide laser resurfacing.
The treatment for this largely focuses on addressing the underlying condition that’s causing it. If you’re overweight, a healthcare professional may advise you to maintain a moderate weight. They may also prescribe medications to help control your blood glucose.
If the condition occurs due to medications or supplements, your doctor may suggest that you discontinue them or recommend substitutes. The discolored skin patches will usually fade when you find the cause and get it under control.
-Decreasing overall calories while maintaining a low-fat, high-fiber diet will help patients lose weight. This, in turn, will help reduce blood sugar levels.
-The addition of an aerobic exercise program to a balanced diet will help to further aid weight loss and blood sugar reduction.