Diabetes -one of the most common disease today

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Diabetes is one the diseases which affects the way our body functions normally and also controls the glucose in our blood. When diabetes happens in the body, the body is unable to make insulin. When there is not enough amount of insulin, the glucose stays in the blood. Having too much glucose in the body can cause serious health problems. Diabetes can even cause heart attack, stroke etc. It also affects eyes, nerves, and kidneys.

Diabetes is of 3 types, type-1 and type-2 and type-3.

Type-1 diabetes occurs in the early period of life but is not that common among people. People having Type-1 diabetes have to take insulin for rest of their life. A person suffering from type-1 diabetes has to ensure proper blood glucose level by carrying out certain tests.

Type-2 diabetes is the most common type of problem that people face across the globe. In this type of diabetic disease, the body is unable to produce enough insulin for the proper functioning of the body. Some people are able to control the type-2 diabetes by losing out some weight. When you have type-2 diabetes, your cells tend to pick up the wrong signal cells with insulin and thus a chain reaction can lead to Diabetes.

Symptoms of Type-2 diabetes

Increase in the hunger: When you are suffering from type-2 diabetes, your hunger increases. Without enough insulin in your body, your organs always feel the depletion of energy. Due to this, you can see an increase in hunger.

Blurred vision: When the blood sugar level in your body is high, there are chances that fluid can be pulled from your eyes thus resulting in blurred vision in Type-2 diabetes

Fatigue: Type-2 diabetes can also lead to fatigue since your cells are deprived of sugar.

Darkened skin patches: Type-2 diabetes can also lead to dark skin patches usually in armpits and neck.

Diabetes symptoms among women

Women, as compared to men have a different kind of symptoms when they suffer from Diabetes. These symptoms include urinary infections, poly cystic ovary syndrome and vaginal and oral yeast infections.






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