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What are the Causes of Diabetes?

Diabetes is a disease that can be described as the main source of many diseases. Diabetes (diabetes) is a chronic disease caused by the pancreatic gland's inability to produce enough or no insulin hormone. While the amount of insulin required in the blood of a healthy person is 70-100 mg/dl, the insulin level in the blood of sick individuals (based on fasting blood glucose) is 126 mg/dl. It is divided into Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. The most common type among the people is Type 2 Diabetes.

What are the Symptoms of Diabetes (diabetes)?

Among the most common diabetes symptoms are;

  • Feeling of not being satiated
  • Weakness and fatigue
  • Numbness in hands and feet
  • Blurred vision
  • Delay in wound healing
  • Frequent urination
  • Extreme thirst
  • Dry mouth

Diabetes  Causes?

There are many reasons for the emergence of diabetes, among which there are factors such as less movement of people, excessive daily carbohydrate consumption, excessive weight, advanced age, stress, inactivity and genetically transmitted diabetes mellitus.

What are the Types of Diabetes?

Type 1 Diabetes (insulin-dependent diabetes): It usually occurs in childhood and the patient is constantly in need of external insulin.

Type 2 Diabetes: It occurs when the cells in the body become desensitized to insulin.

Gestational Diabetes: It is a type of diabetes that occurs during pregnancy.
Hidden Diabetes: It is the situation where the blood glucose gradually rises before the diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes and continues.
Lada: It is a type that is similar to Type 1 Diabetes, which occurs more in advanced ages, and in which the body may need insulin from the outside together with oral antidiabetics over time.
Mody: It is a type of diabetes similar to Type 2 Diabetes seen at young ages.

What are the Treatment Methods of Diabetes?

In fact, it should be known that the disease is a chronic disease, although there is no definitive treatment. In order to minimize the damage of diabetes to the body, patients or patient candidates should pay attention to their eating and drinking, daily regular exercises, stress management and sleep patterns. In addition, regularly measuring blood glucose levels in these patients will enable easier control of diabetes.


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