The cells are located in the pancreas, and they are responsible for producing insulin. The ensuing deficient in insulin results in amplified urine and blood glucose. IDDM is a chronic disease resulting in high mortality rate throughout the globe. The disease is not curable, but patients learn to manage it throughout their lifetime. Some of the classical symptoms of the disease include loss of weight, urinating frequently, extreme thirst as well as hunger (Cooke & Plotnick, 2008).
Outline for Informative Speech Thesis: Today, I want to discuss what diabetes is and how it affects people daily. I. Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. a. Insulin is hormone that helps food turn into energy for daily life b. It is the 6th leading cause of death by disease an it cannot be cured c. It is estimated that there are 23.6 million Americans with diabetes; 5.7 million of them are undiagnosed. (The World Almanac and Book of Facts 01-01-2010) II.
The symptoms can be the same as type 1 3 .The causes of : * Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition. Your immune system (the body's natural defence against infection and illness) mistakes the cells in your pancreas as harmful and attacks them, destroying them completely or damaging them enough to stop them producing insulin.It's not known exactly what triggers the immune system to do this * In type 2 there are several reasons why the pancreas doesn't produce enough insulin.Four of the main risk factors for developing type are: * age – being over the age of 40 (over 25 for South Asian people) * genetics – having a close relative with the condition (parent, brother or sister) * Weight – being overweight or obese * ethnicity – being of South Asian, Chinese, African-Caribbean or black African origin (even if you were born in the UK) 4. Common symptoms of t diabetes include: * Excessive thirst * Increased urination (sometimes as often as every hour) * Unexpected weight loss * Fatigue or tiredness * Nausea, perhaps vomiting * Blurred vision * In women, frequent vaginal
The risk for being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes is higher for people who are older, obese, have family history of the disease and who do not exercise. In Type 2 diabetes the symptoms appear slower than do in Type 1 diabetes. Some of the symptoms are the same, but the symptoms for Type 2 are: urinating often, losing weight unexpectedly, feeling tired and hungry, sores that will not heal blurry eyesight and being thirsty. Type-2 diabetes can be managed with eating healthy, exercising, and checking your blood sugar. Some people may also have to take medications.
Personal Impact Video on Type I Diabetes Angeline Canella NUR 427 Aug. 18th, 2015 University of Phoenix Professor Karen Rousseau Personal Impact Video on Type I Diabetes According to the “American Diabetes Association” (2015), Type I diabetes is usually diagnosed in childhood or early teens, but can occur at any age. It is also referred to as juvenile diabetes. A patient that has type I diabetes, the pancreases produces little of no insulin that results in a fluctuation where the body cannot function properly. The body's immune system will attack and destroy beta cells in the pancreases causing the production of insulin. The result is the body will not get enough fuel to function.
Date 08/24/12 JOURNAL OF CHAPTER THREE'THE MEARCH TO TYPE 2 DIABETES' In this chapter MD kaufman clearly explain how type two diabetes occurs in person. . Mostly person gain weight when there is excise amount of fate in a body . Insuline is responsible to store fatic accid but when there is excsee amount of fatic accid in a body insuline not able to cover it which cause diabeties . She also give example to the reader that obyes is the main problem of strock , cadiovascular failurer , high or low blood pressure .
Diabetes Awareness 1. Understand diabetes and the associated implications. 2.1 Define diabetes- Diabetes has two main types, them of which are: * Type 1 * Type two A vast amount of people have blood sugar levels above the normal range, but not high enough to be diagnosed as having diabetes. This is sometimes known as prediabetes. If their blood sugar level is above the normal range, their risk of developing full-blown diabetes is increased.
Insulin or not enough insulin is produced so when high sugar foods are consumed the body cannot convert it into energy therefore resulting in high blood sugar levels. Because it is a chronic condition it requires lifelong management. Not only are 280 Australians diagnosed with Diabetes a day but 1 million people within Australia were diagnosed and it is estimated with rates