Diabetes is a disorder that strikes the metabolism of the body. People affected with diabetes have large amounts of sugar in their blood level. The body requires the presence of insulin hormone to move glucose, from blood, into the cells. People affected with diabetes have little or no insulin production in their body. The glucose thus builds up in the blood passes out of the body in the form of urine. Thus, the body loses its main source of fuel even though it contains large amounts of glucose. This condition is termed as diabetes.
Causes Of Diabetes
Hereditary and genetics factors, Infections caused by viruses, Stress, Obesity, Increased cholesterol level, High carbohydrate diet, No physical exercise, Overeating, High blood pressure, Insulin deficiency, Insulin resistance.
Increased thirst, Frequent urination, Extreme hunger, Unexplained weight loss, Fatigue, Blurred vision, Slow-healing of injuries, Frequent infections, like gum, skin, vaginal or bladder infection Weakness or loss of strength.