What is “DIABETES” and how can you prevent it?.

  • What is diabetes / diabetes and how can you prevent it? *
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Diabetes is a living-on-the-ground medical condition that kills millions of people every year, and it can happen to anyone.

This disease occurs when the body is unable to resolve the sugar (glucose) contained in the blood due to its complexity due to heart attack, paralysis, blindness, kidney failure and loss of legs and legs. This could pose a threat.

This is a rapidly growing problem, and it is estimated that 42 million 22 million people worldwide suffer from it.

  • What is the cause of diabetes? *
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    When we eat, our body converts starch (carbohydrates) into sugar (glucose), followed by the hormone insulin produced in the pancreas that instructs our body’s cells.To absorb this energy for energy gain.

Diabetes is triggered when insulin is not produced or does not work properly, due to which sugar begins to accumulate in our blood.

  • How many types of diabetes are there? *
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    There are several types of diabetes. In type one diabetes, the pancreas stops producing insulin, which causes the blood to begin to accumulate in the bloodstream.

Scientists do not know what the underlying cause is, but they believe that it may be due to a genetic effect or to a viral infection that causes the cells to make insulin in the pancreas. Ten percent of diabetics suffer from type one.

In type 2 diabetes, the pancreas does not either produce insulin as needed or what it produces does not work properly.
This usually happens with middle and older people. However, the disease can also be attributed to younger people who are overweight, lazy, and belong to a particular race, especially South Asians.

Some pregnant women get diabetes during pregnancy when their body is unable to produce enough insulin for them and their baby.

Different studies estimate that between six and 16 percent of women get diabetes during pregnancy. They have to control their sugar level through diet and exercise, to prevent them from switching to type two insulin.

People can now be diagnosed with increased blood glucose levels and be aware of the risk of developing diabetes.

  • What are the symptoms of diabetes?
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  • Common Symptoms *
    Feeling very thirsty
    More urine than usual, especially at night
    Feeling tired
    Lose weight
    Blurred look
    Do not heal wounds
    According to the British National Health Service, the symptoms of type one diabetes begin to appear in childhood or adolescence and are more dangerous.

Persons at risk for type 2 diabetes are over 40 years old (South Asians up to 25 years old). Any of their parents or siblings are diabetic, overweight or obese, the majority of them are from South Asian owners, Chinese residents, Arabian islands, and Black Africans. Is

  • Can I Avoid Diabetes? *
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    Diabetes depends mostly on genetic and environmental factors, but you can keep your blood sugar at a reasonable level through a healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Avoiding processed sweet foods and drinks and replacing white bread and pasta with pure flour is the first step.

Refined sugar and cereals are less nutrient-rich as they are removed from the vitamin-rich portion. For example white flour, white bread, white rice, white pasta, bakery items, soda drinks, sweets and breakfast cereals.

Healthy foods include vegetables, fruits, seeds, cereals. It also includes healthy oils, fruits and omega-3 fish oils.

It is important to eat periodically and to prevent hunger.
Physical exercise also helps lower the blood sugar ratio. In the UK, the NHS suggests that at least two and a half hours of aerobics a week or a quick walk or stair climbing is useful.

Having a healthy body weight helps to keep sugar levels down. If you want to lose weight slowly, ie half or a kilo a week.

It is also important that you do not smoke and keep your cholesterol level low so that your risk of heart disease is low.

  • What are the complications of diabetes? *
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    High blood sugar can damage the arteries.

If blood does not flow properly into the body, it cannot reach the organs where it is needed.
The pain and feeling goes away, the vision can go away and the foot can be infected.

Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attack, stroke and foot loss, the World Health Organization says.

  • How many people suffer from diabetes? *
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    According to the World Health Organization, the number of diabetics in 1980 was 80 million, which increased from 42 million to 22 million in 2014.

In 1980, five percent of adults over the age of 18 in the world were diabetics, and in 2014 the number has risen to 8.5 percent.
In developed countries, it is responsible for poverty and cheap processed foods.

Published by Asim Hanif

Professor Asim Hanif Health tips. HEALTH Is WEALTH.

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