DIABETES TYPE I.
This is when a body does not engender enough insulin which is aforetime referred to as insulin-dependent. Juvenile or childhood onset it is characterized by shortage of insulin engenderment and requires daily administration of insulin, it is most prevalent in people under 30 years of age with most being children under 18.
DIABETES TYPE II.
This is a case whereby the body cannot opportunely use insulin and overtime makes less and less insulin which inclines to increment body weight and physical dormancy. Diabetes mellitus type 2 can be referred to as Non-insulin dependent and conventionally occur after age 40 but can transpire anon.
-Symptoms of diabetes II may include increased thirst, frequent urination, hunger, fatigue and blurred vision. In some cases , there may be no symptoms.
This type of diabetes is when blood glucose values above mundane,it can increment a woman’s risk for getting type 2 diabetes after gravidity and conventionally runs in families.
-Diabetes prevalence has being elevating more rapidly in middle and low income countries.
-Salubrious diet,conventional physical activity,maintaining a mundane body weight and eschewing tobacco use are ways to obviate or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.
-Diabetes is a major cause of visual impairment,kidney failure,heart attacks and stroke etc.
SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES
-Feeling impuissant, Tired or Destitute of energy,
-Unorthodox weight gain or weight loss
-Nausea and regurgitating.
Tingling, burning or numbness in feet, toes or hands.
WHAT ARE THE JEOPARDY FACTORS FOR DIABETES?
-Being older than 40 years of age.
-Being exorbitantly corpulent.
Being African American, Hispanic/Latinos, Asian American, pacific islander or Native American.
-Having had diabetes during gravidity.
-Having a body weight more than 9 pounds.
HOW YOU CAN STAY LIBERATE FROM DIABETES
-Achieve and maintain a salubrious body weight.
-Be physically active at least 30-40 minutes customary moderate-intensity activity.
-Victual a salubrious diet, eschew sugar and saturated fats intake.
-Evade smoking because it increments the jeopardy of diabetes, stroke and cardio-vascular.
WHAT ARE THE HEALTH IMPLICATIVE INSINUATIONS OF UNCONTROLLED DIABETES?
Diabetes is a silent killer if you have diabetes you have a higher risk of having earnest health quandaries including:
-Nerve damage that may cause loss of feeling or pain in the hands, feet or legs.
-Stomach feeling too plenary or bloated.
-Dental gum disease, dental decay and tooth loss.
-Diet and physical activities along with lowering blood glucose.
-Screening and treatment of retinopathy (vision impairment).
-Blood lipid control (to regulate cholesterol levels).
-Screening for early signs of diabetes.