Adult onset diabetes results from the inability of these cells in the body to respond to insulin. This is the most common of all types of diabetes. It is also called Type II diabetes and usually occurs in people over age 40 that are overweight. Often occurs in families.
Symptoms of Adult Diabetes
Symptoms of adult diabetes are symptoms that should be recognized early. Recognizing a symptom or sign of diabetes is important because diabetes is a real condition that can be life threatening. Diabetes is a disease where high levels of sugar in the blood and then creating a symptom or sign of diabetes. Diabetes can be caused by almost too little insulin in the body, inability to use insulin or both. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas to regulate blood sugar levels. Nearly 17 million people in the U.S. have symptoms of diabetes in adults.
When people with type 2 diabetes take medication to reduce blood sugar, sugar levels may fall below the normal range and cause the blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Symptoms of hypoglycemia include sweating, trembling, dizziness, hunger and confusion. Hypoglycemia does not recognize and correct, basically, can cause convulsions and loss of consciousness. You can correct hypoglycemia in eating or drinking something with carbohydrates, which raises your blood sugar level.
What doesn't cause diabetes?
It is very important to be aware of the myths about the causes of diabetes. Eating too much sugar does not cause diabetes. However, it can cause obesity and is associated with global people who develop type 2 diabetes.
Insulin resistance means that cells of the body do not respond appropriately when insulin is present. Unlike insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (type 1), insulin resistance is usually later in the receiver, which means the fund is a problem in cells that respond to insulin in place of a problem with insulin production.
Diet: A healthy diet is of key importance for controlling blood sugar levels and preventing diabetes complications.
If the patient is obese and has had difficulty losing weight on your own, talk with a medical professional. The doctor may recommend a dietitian or a weight modification program to help the patient reach a goal.
Type 2 diabetes is actually caused by a complex interaction of genes, environment, insulin abnormalities, increased production of glucose present in the liver, increased fat breakdown, and possibly malfunctioning of the hormonal secretions in the intestine. The recent dramatic increase indicates that lifestyle factors (obesity and physical inactivity) may be particularly important in triggering the genetic elements that cause this type of diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes usually begins gradually and progresses slowly. Symptoms in adults include:
Weight Loss Problem
In women, vaginal yeast infections or fungal infections under the breasts or in the groin
Serious problems in the gums
Be excessive Signature
ED in men
Unusual sensations such as tingling or burning sensation in extremities
Symptoms in children are often different:
Most children are obese or overweight
Increased urination is mild or even nonexistent
Many children develop a skin problem, characterized by velvety, dark patches of skin