Diabetic Keto Acidosis

Diabetic Ketoacidosis is a potential life threatening condition in which the body cells are unable to get glucose for energy due to low or no insulin. Thus, body starts to breakdown fat for energy and  produces toxic acid called ketones.

Diabetes and Infections

Diabetes can slow down your body's ability to fight infection. High blood sugar (glucose) leads to high levels of sugar in your body's tissues, allowing bacteria to grow and infections to develop more quickly. People with diabetes are more adversely affected when they get an infection than someone without the disease, because diabetics have weakened immune defenses

 

Diabetes and Stroke

A stroke, sometimes called a "brain attack", occurs when blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted and brain tissue is damaged. The most common cause is a blocked blood vessel. Stroke can cause physical problems such as paralysis, problems with thinking or speaking, and emotional problems.Diabetes puts you at increased risk of stroke.

Diabetes And Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage from high blood glucose (sugar) levels in people with diabetes. 

Nerves throughout the body can suffer damage. People with poor glucose control and
who have had diabetes for a long time are at highest risk for nerve damage.
 

Diabetes and kidney (Nephropathy)

Diabetes is the most common cause of kidney failure.

Diabetic nephropathy is damage to both kidneys caused by diabetes.
 

Diabetes and Hypertension

Having diabetes increases your risk of developing high blood pressure .

Hypertension greatly raises your risk of heart attack, stroke and kidney failure, which may lead to death.

If you have diabetes you should aim to keep your blood pressure well controlled below 130/80 mm Hg
 

Diabetes And Bad Cholesterol(Dyslipidemia)

Dyslipidemia  means  abnormal levels of fats in blood.

Dyslipidemia further raises the risk of atherosclerosis in people with diabetes. Atherosclerosis leads to heart disease, poor circulation, and stroke .

 

 

Diabetes In The Young

 

Type 2 diabetes has changed from a disease of our grandparents and parents to a disease of our children. As more and more children and young adults develop this devastating disease, it has become apparent that we have much to learn about who in the pediatric population is at risk to develop type 2 diabetes, why they develop this disease, how to treat it, and, most importantly, how to prevent this “new epidemic” from destroying future generations.

Type-1 Diabetes

Throughout the world, incidences of diabetes are on the rise, and so is diabetes amongst children. Most children are affected by type 1 diabetes. However, the number of children and young adults affected by type 2 diabetes is beginning to rise.Type 1 diabetesis the most common form of diabetes in children: 90-95 per cent of under 16years with diabetes have this type.

Type-2 diabetes

Diabetes means you have too much glucose in your blood.Toomuch blood glucose will accumilate in diabetic people due to insufficient insulin production or due to inefficient action in body.Too much glucose can lead to serious health problems.

It's very important for people, particulary over the age of 45, to talk to their health care professional about getting tested for diabetes, and if you are a member of a high-risk group with family history of diabetes, obesity, physical inactivity, previous  gestational diabetes, you should get screened at a younger age.

 
 
 

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