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Friday, February 18, 2011

Diabetes: What Is It?

By Tony Savvides

When it comes to a disease that is prevalent the world over, then diabetes mellitus is one of the most common ones. There are a variety of different causes of diabetes such as stress, lifestyle, lack of exercise, heredity and obesity. Diabetes is basically a metabolic disorder of the body.

A diabetic cannot produce enough insulin or use the insulin that they do produce effectively enough to convert starch, sugar and other food to energy. People suffering from diabetes have high blood glucose levels. Humans however are meant to have a low blood sugar level; in order for a diabetic to achieve this low level, they will have to either take medication or to take insulin injections.

The ideal blood sugar level in humans is between 70 mg/dl-110mg/dl on an empty stomach. People with a blood sugar level of less than 70mg/dl would be suffering from hypoglycemia. Hyperglycemia on the other hand is what diabetics often have when their blood sugar level rises above 110mg/dl.

Diabetes: The Different Types

When it comes to diabetes there are a few different types known as gestational diabetes, Type 1 diabetes and Type 2 diabetes. In case of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, the patient's body does not breakdown glucose. Instead, they use proteins and fat for producing energy. This can cause and excessive weight loss and it can also lead to a condition known as polyphegia.

When a pregnant woman develops diabetes it is called gestational diabetes. Though this type of diabetes may not be permanent, it is dangerous for both the pregnant woman and the baby. Anyone who develops gestational diabetes will have to keep a check on their blood sugar levels after the baby has been born.

Problems Which Could Occur

Though diabetes is not a dangerous health condition, if not controlled, it can lead to death. Problems such as heart disease, kidney failure and neuropathy can occur if blood sugar levels are allowed to get too high. Diabetes sufferers also have a much higher chance of developing heart disease and suffering from strokes.

However knowledge is a powerful tool and coupled with the right diet, exercise and medication, those with diabetes can go on to have long, normal lives.

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