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Monday, December 3, 2012

Top Causes Of Diabetes

By Ronny Pratteroll

Other than cancer, there's another disease that most people dread and that is diabetes. In the following paragraphs, you'll be able to know about the symptoms of diabetes and how is diabetes caused.

Diabetes is defined as an ailment wherein the body is unable to function properly by not producing enough insulin or not responding to it. Insulin is actually the hormone that prompts cells to take up glucose for it to become energy. Because the body cannot absorb glucose, it is accumulated in the blood, often leading to various complications. It is divided into two categories: the type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

The first type of diabetes is categorized as an autoimmune disease that's arises because of genetic tendencies and other factors. This type involves the attack of the immune system of the insulin-producing beta cells found in the pancreas. This scenario results to symptoms like frequent urination, unusual thirst, extreme hunger, unusual weight loss and extreme fatigue and irritability.

Type 2 diabetes on the other hand, is a lifestyle-related disease. This results to the body's resistance to insulin which means that the body does not react to insulin. That is why no matter how much insulin is produced, the body doesn't respond. Since there isn't a reaction, glucose can't be moved into the cells leading to a dangerous increase in glucose level. The effects are manifested by symptoms such as increased thirst and appetite, increased urination, unusual weight loss or weight gain, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, slow-healing sores and wounds, itchy skin and blurred vision. The symptom that is most prevalent in women is vaginal infections.

If you have some or all of the symptoms mentioned, then it is recommended that you visit a doctor. When you do, you will go through tests that will diagnose you of the condition and then you'll be prescribed with medicines to manage the condition. He or she might also tell you to alter your diet. If you just follow all the instructions of the doctor, you will just be able to get by. But this doesn't mean you shouldn't be vigilant because there are symptoms that warrant you to seek immediate medical attention.

The symptoms you should be wary of are nausea, weakness, excessive thirst and urination and pain in the abdomen. Additionally, there are rapid, deep breaths that smell of nail polish remover, weakness, fainting spells, fast heartbeats, shaking, excessive sweat and sudden drowsiness.

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