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Saturday, December 10, 2011

An Overview Of Diabetes

By Ian Tate

When talking about diabetes, you may get frightened that you have it. Or maybe, you may have it in the future. You would want to know if you're at risk for diabetes.

Diabetes affects the manner in which the body handles carbohydrates, fats and proteins. If neglected, diabetes can have serious complications. Diabetics have high blood sugar levels. Blood sugar is regulated by insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas.

Diabetes is quite a serious condition. Diabetes is also reversible. It's the top cause of chronic kidney disease (CKD). This disease is a condition where the body is unable to automatically regulate blood glucose levels, resulting in too much glucose (a sugar) in the blood. Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects as many as 16 million Americans.

You should also know that there is no specific symptom for diabetes. The most common symptoms of diabetes are as follows.

getting thirsty all the time frequent urination excessive hunger feeling overly tired; having an excessive fatigue,

On the other hand, there are some other symptoms of diabetes that are prescribed as diabetes complications in fact. These are:

changes in vision; recurrent skin infections very difficult to heal; tingling or numbness you may feel in your extremities; gum problems; hair loss, and many more.

There are two types of diabetes.

Type I diabetes is juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes. This condition occurs because the pancreas cannot produce insulin.

Type II diabetes is non-insulin-dependent or adult onset diabetes. In this case, the body is resistant to insulin. This condition is often hereditary.

Type 2 Diabetes is more common than Type 1 Diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a life-long disease marked by high levels of sugar in the blood. Conditions associated with type 2 diabetes include hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia. About 90-95% of people with diabetes have type II diabetes. Up to two-thirds of people with type 2 diabetes have no symptoms. Being obese is a very big factor for the development of type II diabetes. An estimated 20% of all cases of new onset type 2 diabetes are in individuals between the ages of 9-19. It would be better to know more about type II diabetes so you can take the proper steps to control this condition.

Neglected diabetes can lead to complications like damage to the kidneys, heart disease, nerve damage, hypoglycemia, and so on. Diabetes has no treatment. But it is controllable with a good diet.

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