What is the disease’s definition?
Diabetes is a severe and even life-threatening illness that can have far-reaching effects throughout the body.
Watch this video to shed light on what to eat and watch out for once you have been diagnosed with diabetes.
Difficult to manage, diabetes can negatively impact the quality of life and potentially decrease lifespan if complications emerge.
Even though there is no cure for diabetes, being aware of it and controlling it can help you live a more happy life.
Diabetes comes in a variety of forms, all of which are equally complicated and life-threatening.
Type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes are the three primary forms of the disease.
The effects of diabetes on the body are as follows:
A diabetic’s body struggles to control glucose levels.
Glucose is a kind of sugar that provides the body with energy.
Unhealthy glucose levels in the blood can have both short- and long-term health consequences.
Glucose (sugar) from meals must be converted into energy for our bodies to function correctly.
Glucose is converted into energy by the pancreas using an insulin hormone.
Insulin is no longer generated or is not produced at adequate levels, in persons with diabetes.
Diabetics can’t eat starchy foods like potatoes or dairy goods like yoghurt and milk.
As a result of the glucose not being converted into energy, blood glucose levels remain high.
Glucose is transported throughout your body in your blood after you eat.
Glycaemia is the medical term for your blood glucose level.
Self-care and therapy can help you keep tabs on your blood glucose levels.
You should know these three things regarding diabetes:
Diabetes has three primary forms: type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes.
They’re all difficult and require daily care.
Diabetes is a major health issue
Type 1 and type 2 diabetes both have similar risks of heart attack,
- Renal disease
- Amputation of limbs
Diabetes is something that we are all familiar with.
Is the primary cause of adult blindness and dialysis among people in their working years
Up to a four-fold increase in the risk of heart attack or stroke.
Is a significant factor in amputations of the limbs
Both physical and emotional well being is impacted.
More than 30% of diabetics experience sadness, anxiety, or other emotional distress.
Diabetes-related difficulties can be reduced with early detection, treatment, and continuous care.
Why is the prevalence of diabetes rising?
The prevalence of diabetes is rising across the board:
Type 1 diabetes is on the rise, making around 10% of all cases of diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes is rising in prevalence and accounts for 85% of all cases of diabetes.
Pregnancy-related gestational diabetes is on the rise.
Type 2 diabetes is rising. Type 2 diabetes can go undiagnosed for years, creating major health complications.
At a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, over a million Australians already have symptoms.
Obesity-related diseases such as type 2 diabetes are common:
Type 2 diabetes is increasing owing to extensive nutritional and food supply changes, as well as general physical activity changes due to sedentary work and reduced physical exercise.
Type 2 diabetes is more common among Chinese, South Asian, Indian, Pacific Islander, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, which may be due to genetic factors.
Type 1 diabetes symptoms can be abrupt and life-threatening, therefore it’s diagnosed immediately when it’s discovered.
Many people with type 2 diabetes have no symptoms, and those who have may disregard them as part of ageing.
Because of this, by the time symptoms emerge, diabetes-related problems may already be in place.
- Increased Thirst
- Increased Urination
- Delayed Wound Healing
- Skin Infections
- Impaired Vision
- Mood Swings
- Leg Cramps
- Dizziness or Fainting.
Remember that the information provided here is just for educational purposes and should not be relied upon for particular medical advice.
It does not take the place of individual medical consultations with competent healthcare experts.
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