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About type one diabetes

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Type one diabetes is far less common than type two diabetes and i t will
affect younger individuals. It is most found in people under the age of
40 and mostly under the age of fourteen. There are people who have been
diagnosed with it after forty but it is very rare. Diabetes is a serious
issues and type one is the worst. It is associated with the lack of
insulin. It is a dysfunction of the pancreas where it will just stop
making insulin in the amount the body needs to maintain a normal level of
glucose in the blood. Many people who have type one diabetes will have
symptoms of hyperglycemia.

Hyperglycemia is where your glucose is too high in the blood. Meaning
your blood sugar is too high. The common symptoms of hyperglycemia or
diabetes type one is frequent hunger, frequent urinating, and frequent
thirst. You will also experience blurred vision, fatigue, weight loss,
your healing power will be low (meaning it will take you a long time to
heal a wound or cut), dry mouth, dry or itchy skin, and you could have
impotence for males. Your immune system will become weak and y ou will be
able to pick up infection easily.

The reason why you are always hungry is because your body can not use
glucose as an energy source. It is also, why you tire out easily. Since
the body can not absorb sugar or glucose into the blood cells you will
release it through frequent trips to the bathroom. Since you make many
trips a day to the bathroom, your body realizes that it is losing excess
water and that’s why you will become thirsty. When it comes to the
symptoms, you may experience them all together or it may take some time
for your body to go through the process. Most likely though it will be

The changes of developing type one diabetes is 3.7 to 20 per 100, 000.
Over 700,000 Americans have type one diabetes, which adds up to be about
ten percent of the total population that has the disorder. It is more
common to have type two diabetes. The reason why people develop the
disorder is because an autoimmune disorder. The body will start to see
it’s own tissue as a foreign object and then it destroys the body’s
ability to make insulin. It has been rumored to be a cause from the
mumps, rubella, measles, influenza, polio, or other viruses. That’s why
it is very common in young children because those epidemics affect
younger children more often than older adults. Diabetes is also genetic.
You may simply have the disorder because an immediate family member has

As for treatment, type one involves injections of insulin. It is absorbed
in the blood stream and absorbed by the cells that need i nsulin and it
will then control the levels of sugar in the blood.     You can find more
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