Several diabetes mellitus factors have been identified and factors that cause this disease have been identified.
It is still unclear whether Type 1 diabetes will cause diabetes, but it is believed that there is a slight increase in risk for people who suffer from the illness. Environmental factors and the impact of certain viral infections are associated with the risk of type 1 diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes includes several risk factors, including:
The hereditary factor: History of diabetes in the family. Individuals with family members with Type 2 diabetes mellitus increase the risk of developing the same disease.
Poor diet: We eat too much refined carbohydrates (white bread, pasta, confectionery, juices or cakes) and saturated fats, but the weight of fruits and vegetables decreases and increases the risk of diabetes.
Sedanarism and weight: Studies have shown that 30 minutes of normal motion are enough to maintain healthy 5 days a day and reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
There are people who are overweight or obese, from 65 to 80% of type 2 diabetes. The risk of overweight and obesity, as well as age dependent on adult aging.
i reduces pregnancy weight Is a potential risk indicator for the development of type 2 diabetes.
younger: An elderly person increases the risk of diabetes. However, type 2 diabetes is growing in all age groups and often occurs in children and adolescents.
Glucose Change (Prediabitis): The body does not respond adequately to the insulin secretion, and blood glucose levels can not be maintained within normal limits.
Gestational DiabetesDiabetes mellitus is a high risk of diabetes mellitus and diabetes mellitus is associated with the risk of obesity and glucose metabolism in children due to pregnancy.
i socio-economic factors promotes the development of diabetes and complications associated with living conditions that help to choose the wrong type of food.
"Diabetes mellitus advises not only treatment, but also lifestyle monitoring. A person with type 2 diabetes after a diagnosis introduces a strict follow-up program for diabetes. Diabetes educator needs a therapeutic knowledge of the diet information, the importance of physical strength, glycemic monitoring, the use of glycemic controls, and the use of injectable medications for education and therapy. Further information on diabetes-seeking, biological equilibrium, cardiac, neurological, ophthalmic, and thoracic examination of the legs is part of the first diabetic examination, says Dr. Gabriella Ilana Critanu, Head of the Jude Center CenterAntibiotic Sucheva New York City's New York City Hospital in Svyazawaw.
St. John's office in Suceava, USA In collaboration with the Diabetes Center in Sucawa State, the State of New York State Emergency Hospital, a team of diabetic associations in Romania will host a seminar at the regional hospital on Monday, November 12, 2018, on blood glucose test, specialized counseling for proper diet or proper diabetes mellitus.