Symptoms & Prevention of Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disorder in which own immune system destroys the insulin-producing cells. People having type 1 have to depend on insulin for the rest of life or they have to need pancreatic transplantation at present this is the only possible cure.

The most common form of diabetes is type 2 affecting about 95 percent of people. In this case your body secretes insulin but is unable to recognize and use it properly. This insulin resistance allows glucose in your body to increase and causes different complications.

Symptoms of type 2 includes, fatigue, frequent urination, obesity and itchy skin. If type 2 is not managed, it can lead to complications like glaucoma and cataracts, hypertension, gum diseases, erectile dysfunction in males, infections and also wound healing problems.

Prevention of diabetes for living healthy life style

  • Exercise regularly
  • Avoid Grains and Sugars
  • Avoid use of processed meats
  • Take plenty of omega-3 fat
  • Regularly monitor your insulin level

 

 

 

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