Several potential risk factors have been identified, including the factors that trigger this disease, as well as diabetes.
Although it is not yet known why type 1 diabetes is known, it is thought that the risk is slightly increased in relatives affected by this disease. Environmental factors and exposure to certain viral infections are also associated with the risk of type 1 diabetes.
Type 2 includes several risk factors including diabetes:
Hereditary factorHistory of Diabetes in the Family. Individuals with family members with type 2 diabetes increase the risk of developing the same disease.
Unhealthy dietWhen you eat a lot of refined carbohydrates (white bread, pasta, pastry, cakes or juice) and saturated fats, however, very few fruits and vegetables increase the risk of diabetes when they gain weight.
Sedentarism and weightStudies have shown that 30 minutes of moderate movement per day for 5 days per week is sufficient to stay healthy and reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
65-80% of new cases of type 2 diabetes are associated with overweight or obese individuals. Risk depends on the age of the accumulation of excess weight and obesity, as well as the age of weight gain during adulthood.
and Reduced birth weight It is a possible risk indicator in the development of type 2 diabetes.
age: The larger, the greater the risk of diabetes. However, type 2 diabetes is increasing in all age groups and is often found in children and adolescents.
Modified glucose tolerance (prediabet): The body does not respond adequately to insulin secretion and blood glucose levels cannot be maintained within normal limits.
Gestational Diabetes: Women with diabetes due to diabetes increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes Gestational diabetes is also associated with an increased risk of obesity and abnormal glucose metabolism in children from these pregnancies.
and socio-economic factors It contributes to the development of diabetes and the emergence of complications due to living conditions that promote unhealthy food choices.
"Diabetes specialists offer advice not only on treatment, but also on the adoption of a lifestyle to keep the disease under control. The type 2 diabetic diagnosed person enters a rigorous follow-up program that is determined by the diabetologist. Diabetes educator's knowledge of diet, the importance of physical exertion, glycemic monitoring, The knowledge of the use of glycemic monitoring devices and the therapeutic training supported by the injection devices for treatment and training is also essential.At the same time, all the information taken from the diabetes physician, additional investigations, biological balance, cardiological, neurological, ophthalmic control, a thorough examination of the foot, new diagnosis Dr. Gabriela Ileana Creteanu, chief of the Jude CenterAntidiabetic Suceava New St. Suceava John the Emergency County Hospital.
For anyone interested, the Anti-Diabetic Center experts in Suceava County, New Suceava John is held in the Emergency Hospital, Romania with the Federation of Diabetes Associations on Monday (November 12th) between 11 and 14 November in the hall of the district hospital. A free blood sugar testing campaign with risk assessment and expert advice on the right management of diabetes with a healthy diet or family.