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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Juvenile Diabetes: How Diabetes May Affect Your Children

By Andy Smith

Recently the medical establishment announced that the new normal blood sugar levels has been lowered. 100 to 125 mg/dL (5.5 to 6.9 mmol/L) is mildly abnormal and is called a borderline diabetic blood sugar level.

This is very important information for a diabetic. The importance of this could be the difference between life and death. To understand this we must first expose the type 2 diabetes crisis that has hit the world. What was once considered a problem for the United States has now grown into a global crisis.

What are the signs? There are mainly 2 types of diabetes: type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes: this is the early diabetes which is diagnosed in children only. Basically type 1 diabetes is called juvenile diabetes and most children are on insulin due to this. Insulin keeps them working as it converts the sugar into energy. Moreover, juvenile diabetes is grouped in "auto-immune" diseases with other diseases like sclerosis and arthritis.

Here are the common medical needs of a diabetic that are included in some insurance policies and that you need to check when looking for insurance:

Health Education Diabetes is a manageable condition. To be able to manage it effectively, you need to have a good understanding of the disease and what healthcare professionals recommend. The most important to learn when it comes to this disease are the ways to manage lifestyle, exercise and diet to achieve an optimum wellness level and to prevent the more dangerous complications that may arise when the disease is not managed properly. Insurers take this seriously as it can save them from spending a lot on healthcare costs that may be caused by mismanaged diabetes. They may even promote awareness and training not only to the insured but also to his or her family members as part of their coverage.

The lowering of the safety level is important to the diabetic, this is alerting more people that this dangerous and deadly disease is starting to kill their pancreas. Many health officials think that the lower level is still not enough.

Till now, insulin tablets have not been discovered and that is a major drawback. A juvenile diabetic should always calculate his or her sugar levels once a day with a sugar machine. In case of mild diabetes, your doctor may prescribe oral medication (like Actos) to you. But oral medicine alone cannot control it by itself.

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