Thursday, December 14

Type 1 Diabetes: What You Should Know

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The most consistent symptom of diabetes mellitus (type I and II) are high levels of blood sugar.

In Type I (insulin dependent / early onset) diabetes, this is caused by the body does not produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar correctly. In type II (non-insulin dependent / adult) diabetes is caused by the body to develop resistance to insulin, so it can not use what it produces.

However, hyperglycemia is not something you can look in the mirror at home so it is useful to know the effects of hyperglycemia, which is widely recognized that the visible symptoms of diabetes.

If you live in many of these symptoms of diabetes in the long term, you should consult your doctor tested for diabetes. Forget (or do not recognize), symptoms of diabetes lead to long-term health risks and serious complications of uncontrolled diabetes.

There are hundreds of things that can go wrong with your body. Consider this short list:

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Fortunately, even most doctors have not heard of some of these. But even if it is considered quite rare, you probably know someone with insulin-dependend.

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