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Diabetes explained in detail part 2

First see part one Diabetic symptoms Diabetes symptoms vary depending on the type of diabetes. Sometimes, people with Prediabetes or Pregnancy Diabetes may

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افتراضي Diabetes explained in detail part 2

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First see part one

Diabetes explained in detail part 1



Diabetic symptoms

Diabetes symptoms vary depending on the type of diabetes.

Sometimes, people with Prediabetes or Pregnancy Diabetes may not feel any symptoms at all.

Or, they may feel some of the symptoms of type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, or all of the symptoms together.

Symptoms of diabetes:

Thirst
Urinating frequently, at close times
Very severe hunger
Low weight for unknown and unknown reasons
Tired
Blurring of vision
Healing (healing) wounds slowly
Infections (infection) are frequent: in the gums, skin, vagina or urinary bladder.
Causes and risk factors for diabetes
Causes and risk factors for diabetes
Among the main reasons for this sharp increase in Diabetes cases:

Obesity
Lack of physical activity
Changes in food types: Common foods today include ready-made foods that cause diabetes, as they are rich in fats and sugars that are easily absorbed into the blood, leading to an increase in "insulin resistance".
Learn the causes and risk factors for Diabetes by type:

Type 1 Diabetes factors
In type 1 diabetes, the immune system attacks and damages cells responsible for insulin secretion in the pancreas, instead of attacking and destroying harmful germs and / or viruses, as it usually does in normal (healthy) conditions.

As a result, the body remains with a small amount of insulin, or without insulin at all. In this case, the sugar collects and accumulates in the blood circulation, rather than being distributed among the different cells in the body.

It is not known, as yet, the true eye cause of type 1 diabetes, but it appears that family history probably plays an important role.

The risk of developing type 1 Diabetes increases in people whose parents, sisters, or sisters suffer from diabetes. There are additional factors, too, that may cause diabetes, such as exposure to viral diseases.

Type 2 Diabetes factors
In people with "prediabetes" that may worsen and turn into type 2 diabetes, cells resist the effect of insulin action while the pancreas fails to produce enough insulin to overcome this resistance.

In these cases, sugar collects and accumulates in the blood circulation instead of being distributed over the cells and reaching them in the various parts of the body.

The direct cause of these conditions is still unknown, but excess fat - especially in the abdomen - and lack of physical activity seem to be important factors in this.

Researchers are still searching for a real and accurate answer to the following question: Why do two "prediabetes" and type 2 Diabetes occur in specific people, and only one of them.

However, there are several factors that clearly increase your risk of developing diabetes, including:

Age: Age greater than or equal to 45
Weight: excess weight defined as BMI greater or equal to 25.
Genetics: A close relative of a family with diabetes.
Ethnicity: Certain ethnic groups with a high risk of diabetes.
Physical activity: Lack of physical activity.
Hypertension / hypertension: defined by blood pressure values ​​higher than 90/140 mmHg.
Hypercholesterol: LDL is intended harmful
High level of triglycerides in the blood: It is one of the types of fats found in the body. Values ​​above 250 mg / dL.
Polycystic ovary syndrome.
Vascular diseases: a personal history of these diseases.
The birth of a child with a large weight: a personal history of women includes the birth of a child with a weight greater than 4.1 kg (the weight of the child immediately after birth)
Gestational diabetes: a personal history of pregnancy diabetes.
Glucosylated hemoglobin values: HBA1C greater or equal to 5.7%.
Glucose tolerance: Impaired glucose tolerance
Glucose values: People with impaired glucose (sugar) values ​​in post-fasting screening impaired fasting glucose.
When these factors appear - hypertension, hyperglycemia and lipid in the blood above normal - together with obesity (overweight) a relationship is established between them, together, and insulin resistance.

Gestational Diabetes factors
During pregnancy, the placenta produces hormones that help and support pregnancy. These hormones make cells more resistant to insulin.

In the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, the placenta enlarges and produces large amounts of these hormones that make insulin difficult and making it more difficult.

In normal normal situations, the pancreas produces a reaction to produce an extra amount of insulin to overcome that resistance.

But the pancreas is sometimes unable to keep pace with the pace, which leads to very little sugar (glucose) reaching the cells, while a large amount of it accumulates and accumulates in the blood circulation. Thus gestational Diabetes (diabetes during pregnancy) is formed.

Any pregnant woman may develop gestational diabetes, but there are more women than others.

The risk factors for developing Diabetes include:

Women over 25 years old
Family or personal history
Overweight



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