What is Diabetes or Sugar?
Our body turn food eaten by us in to glucose or sugar to get energy to perform daily work effectively. Insulin made by pancreas, an important organ that lies inside chest near the stomach, to help glucose absorb into the cells of our bodies.The inability to supply enough insulin is called as diabetes. In other words , your body either doesn’t make enough insulin or can’t use its own insulin do the work as it should do this situation causes sugars level to increase in the blood. There are many health complications associated with diabetes including heart disease, blindness, kidney failure, and lower-extremity amputations.
Symptoms & Sighs of Diabetes
Diabetes is usually diagnosed with three main symptoms as below
- Increased thirst
When a person is suffering the diabetes his thirst increases & feel thirsty every time & need to drink more & more water.
- Increased need to urinate
A person with diabetes feel to urinate many times even if bladder is not full, in the case of diabetes person do not have capacity to hold urine for a long time.
- Increased hunger
Hunger is the main symptom of the diabetes & patient need to eat every after few Hrs. based on the severeness of the diabetes.
Other Symptoms of the Diabetes includes
In first type or type 1 sugar or diabetes, symptoms normally symptoms happens suddenly & usually dangerous to life,therefore it is usually diagnosed quite quickly. While in other type of sugar & diabetes sugar symptoms are not sudden & can be un diagnosed life long.
Therefore, by the time symptoms are noticed, complications of diabetes may already be present.
Common symptoms include:
Feeling more & more thirst
Feeling to urinates every after some time
Feeling tired & bored of work & routine
Always need to eat
Low healing power in body
Itching, skin infections
Sudden weight loss (type 1)
Gradually putting on weight (type 2)
Type1 Diabetes or Type1 Sugar
In type1 of diabetes or type1 of sugar human body is unable to produce even little amount of insulin. This is way type1 sugar is some time called insulin dependent diabetes because in this type patient have to take insulin regularly. This type of sugar diagnosed in people before 40th years of age , often in early adulthood or teenage years.
Type 1 diabetes is nowhere near as common as type 2 diabetes. Approximately 10% of all diabetes cases are type 1.
Type2 Diabetes or Type2 Sugar
In type2 of diabetes or type2 of sugar human body is unable to produce enough insulin to convert all the sugar into glucose.
Approximately 90% of all cases of diabetes worldwide are type 2.Diabetes patient measuring glucose level in blood Measuring the glucose level in blood
This type of diabetes usually found in females when they are pregnant. When pregnant women have very high levels of glucose in their blood, and their bodies are unable to produce enough insulin to transport all of the glucose into their cells, resulting in progressively rising levels of glucose.