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Friday, February 24, 2012

The Major Diabetes Causes

By Glenn Matthews

More people are being diagnosed with diabetes every day. Think about your social circle. Among them, there is most likely at least one who has diabetes. And if not, then they either know or are related to someone who has it. It is incredibly common in the western world (and beyond it). There are two types of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 diabetics are insulin dependent. It can occur at any time in a person's life. Type 2 is usually called adult onset diabetes because it occurs in adulthood and these diabetics are not insulin dependent. Here are a few of the major causes of these different types of the disease.

Type 1 is not typically handed down through your parents but a genetic predisposition is not impossible. This means that even if your father has type 1 diabetes, you will not automatically develop it yourself. It can happen, however. If someone in your family has Type 1 diabetes, talk to your doctor about what you can do to prevent it from happening to you. Genetics aside, it never hurts to be as healthy as you can.

Surprisingly, there are some environmental factors that can cause Type 1 diabetes. The most common example is when a person develops diabetes after having contracted a viral infection. A viral infection, however, does not mean that you will develop diabetes. If you have the disease, however, and were not born with it, it is possible that you could have contracted it as a side effect/leftover variant of an unavoidable viral infection. This can be scary for some people because viral infections are very common. For this reason, if no other, you should seek medical attention when you don't feel well. You never know what could develop from a seemingly simple condition.

Your ethnicity also plays a role in your likelihood of developing Type 1 diabetes. People of Northern European descent are more likely to develop this disease. It is particularly prevalent in people of Finnish or Sardinian descent. The next groups down are African American and Hispanic Americans. People of Asian descent rarely develop diabetes. Unfortunately, your ethnicity is beyond your control. After all, it isn't like you can change your ethnicity just because you're trying to avoid one of Type 1 Diabetes' causes.

Every day, new cases of diabetes are diagnosed. Although scientists say that a small percentage of the population is affected by diabetes, it seems every one knows at least one person living with this condition. To be safe, consult your doctor if you feel you might be at risk. They should be able to help you assess the causes currently affecting you and how to deal with them. There are ways to decrease your odds of developing diabetes, although it can't always be avoided.

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