The 1 patients need insulin intake every day.
The danger of diabetes is still uncontrollable and unaware by a large number of countries which can affect them socially and economically. This understanding dilemma can prevent those strategizing policies and medications and health regulations to defend the immense rise of diabetes.
• TYPE 1 DIABETES
Because of an autoimmune reaction type 1 diabetes is detected, in which the body’s immune system attacks the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas. Because of this reason body cannot emit or produce the required amount of insulin it needs. It’s not fully discovered why it’s happening? The disease mostly occurs in children or young adults and sometimes people of any age. In order to control the levels of glucose in their blood, diabetes 1 patients need insulin intake every day. Without insulin, a person with type 1 diabetes will die.
Type 1 diabetes often develops suddenly and can produce symptoms such as:
• Abnormal thirst and a dry mouth • Frequent urination • Lack of energy, extreme tiredness
• Constant hunger • Sudden weight loss • Blurred vision
· TYPE 2 DIABETES
It is the most common type of diabetes. It commonly occurs in adults, but also seen in children and adolescents in different part of the world in higher numbers. In type 2 diabetes, the body is able to produce insulin but becomes resistant so that the insulin is ineffective. Going forward the body is not receiving enough insulin it producing thereby demanding more insulin intake. Both the insulin resistance and deficiency lead to high blood glucose levels.
The symptoms of type 2 diabetes include:
• Frequent urination • Excessive thirst • Weight loss • Blurred vision
• GESTATIONAL DIABETES
Hyperglycemia that is first detected at any time during pregnancy is classified as either6:
• Gestational diabetes mellitus
• Diabetes mellitus in pregnancy
Women with slightly elevated blood glucose levels are classified as having gestational diabetes. It tends to happens during pregnancy time. Gestational diabetes tends to occur from the 24th week of pregnancy.