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What is Diabetes?

  • Diabetes is understood as a problem caused by unregulated insulin level in the blood which results in elevated blood sugar levels.

 

  • Type 1 – Insulin dependent diabetes.
  • People with this type of diabetes make little or no insulin in their body, because the body’s immune system, which normally protects you from infection by getting rid of bacteria, viruses, and other harmful substances, has attacked and destroyed the cells that make insulin. Type 1 diabetics need regular insulin injections for the management of diabetes. It usually starts in childhood, but can occur at any age.
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • At the most basic level, diabetes is used to describe a group of diseases that result in high blood sugar. Type 2 diabetes, represents about 95% of what is generically called “diabetes.” Early in its course, type 2 diabetes is characterized by the combination of very high insulin levels and high blood sugar. In a person without diabetes, such high insulin levels would rapidly reduce blood sugar to normal, but in type 2 diabetes the body becomes resistant to the action of insulin (also known as ‘insulin resistance’), making blood glucose levels hard to control with insulin and other standard medications.
  • Prediabetes is used to describe an earlier stage of insulin resistance where blood sugar that is elevated above normal, but not high enough to be called type 2 diabetes.