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What is diabetes in the blood, one of the most common diseases

نقص سكر الدم، الاعراض، الاسباب والعلاج - ويب طبOne of the most common diseases is diabetes

Diabetes is a disease in which beta cells in the pancreas are destroyed and destroyed for genetic reasons, most likely supported by external factors. This process is very slow and lasts for decades.
Diabetes Diabetes is a chronic disease and the main cause of infection is the inability of the pancreas to produce insulin in sufficient quantities for the body, and it is known that insulin is a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels, and diabetes is classified into two types, the first type is the body’s inability to produce insulin And the second type is that the body produces insulin, but in insufficient quantities, and it is the most common type, and accounts for 90% of diabetes cases.

The likelihood of a healthy weight and in good shape developing diabetes is low, even if he has decreased insulin production.
The risk of diabetes for an obese person who is not physically active is a great possibility, given that he is more likely to develop "insulin resistance" and thus diabetes.
It is the most common, it can appear at any age, as the statistics indicate that the number of people with type 2 diabetes in the world has registered a very large increase in recent decades, reaching about 150 million people, and it is expected to rise to 330 million people with disease Diabetes, through 2025. Fortunately, it can often be prevented and avoided.


Diabetes Diabetes is one of the chronic metabolic disorders and is represented by an increase in blood glucose levels beyond the normal range for it. The global percentage of diabetes among adults over the age of 18 years increased from 4.7% in 1980 to 8.5% in 2014. The prevalence of diabetes has risen more rapidly in middle-income countries, according to a study published in the Journal of Endocrinology.
Diabetes, in all its cases and types, stays with the patient for life, and has many complications if it is not treated or controlled, such as loss of vision, or heart disease. Therefore, diabetics are advised to take all necessary precautions to reduce the risks of this disease, and try to live with his condition.


Having diabetes
When the beta cells in the pancreas are damaged, the amount of insulin secreted gradually decreases, and this process continues for many years.
If this condition is accompanied by the presence of "insulin resistance", then this combination of a low amount of insulin and a low level of activity leads to a deviation from the normal level of glucose (sugar) in the blood, in which case the person is defined as having diabetes (Diabetes).
Diabetes, in all its cases and types, stays with the patient for life, and has many complications if it is not treated or controlled, such as loss of vision, or heart disease. Therefore, diabetics are advised to take all necessary precautions to reduce the risks of this disease, and try to live with his condition.

It is known that the normal level of blood sugar after fasting eight hours should be less than 108 mg / dL, while the borderline level is 126 mg / dL.
If a person's blood glucose level is 126 mg / dL and above, on two or more tests, then that person is diagnosed with diabetes.

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