Full Research about Diabetes


Gestational Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases around the world, three hundred and fifty million person suffer from it, around the world. Doctors are likely to be the seventh cause of death in the world during the coming decades. With increasing rates in Asia and Africa for nutrition and environmental reasons in developing countries.

Types of Diabetes

We define Diabetes as a syndrome characterized by an abnormal disorder and hyperglycemia in the blood sugar, concentration due to lack of Insulin hormone or low Insulin sensitivity of insulin, or both. There are two main types known as diabetes, as well as a third type known as gestational diabetes.

Type 1:
Appears due to the lack of Insulin- producing Insulin cells in the Pancreas because of self-immunity, which causes Insulin deficiency.

Type 2:
Insulin receptors in the tissues do not respond correctly to the component, causing Insulin to rise in the blood.

Type 3:
Gestational Diabetes: It is almost similar to the second type, but it is completely cured after birth if mother is followed closely.

Symptoms of Diabetes

  • Increased urination in terms of how many times you go to the bathroom, or the amount of fluid that exits the body.
  • Dryness of the saliva and feeling of thirst continuously.
  • Significance of eating significantly with rapid loss and large weight.
  • Constant inactivity and fatigue.
  • Blurred vision.

Diabetes Prevention

To date, there is no effective and definitive treatment for Diabetes in general. The doses of Insulin or pills that are prescribed to patients according to their cases are case- by- case and require constant follow- up and lifelong treatment, so it is important to adhere to prevention factors Pathologies, such as:

Increase walking and exercise to burn body fat.

Change the nutrition pattern to a healthy pattern based on fiber and minerals and free of saturated fat.

Do not overuse stimuli, smoking and drinking alcohol.

All of that must focus our interest the next few seconds on our health to prevent this bad disease from attacking us.


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