A group of diseases, that involves to a person’s lifestyle. It is a state of physiology in which the ability to produce insulin gets affected. As yet, there is no cure, people with diabetes need to manage their disease to stay healthy.
Diabetes can lead to
When the pancreas does not produce adequate insulin or when the body does not respond to it.
Type 1 Diabetes - Usually appears in children, teenagers or young adults and can be controlled by keeping the blood glucose (sugar) level by insulin therapy.
Type 2 Diabetes - Is associated with obesity, genetic risk factors & inactivity.
Gestational Diabetes - A hereditary form of diabetes that any pregnant woman can develop. Women older than 25 are at increased risk.
Slow healing sores, Frequent urination, Unexplained weight loss, Blurred vision, Fatigue, Irritability, Sweating, Increased thirst, Extreme hunger, Frequent infections.
| Proper medication | Regular blood sugar check | Controlled calorie-intake | Regular Exercise | Quit smoking