Types and Causes of Diabetes

Diabetes can be categorized into the following types:

a. Type 1 diabetes
occurs when the body is unable to produce sufficient amounts of insulin. This type of diabetes develops as a result of the damage to the pancreatic cells that produce the insulin hormone. Insulin injections are administered to patients with type 1 diabetes to stabilize their sugar levels and are life-sustaining. Previously referred to as juvenile diabetes, we now know that anyone from any age group can develop type 1 diabetes.

b. Type 2 diabetes
is the most prevalent type of diabetes, accounting for approximately 90% of the cases. Type 2 diabetes is marked by the body’s reduced or poor response to insulin, called insulin resistance. Although there is a continuous production of insulin, insulin resistance prevents the transport of glucose to the body cells. With time, the insulin production in type 2 diabetes reduces gradually, giving type 2 diabetes its progressive nature. Type 2 diabetes can be managed by making lifestyle changes and following the standard medical treatment. Various lifestyle and genetic factors play an important role in the development of this type of disease.

c. Gestational
diabetes may develop in some females during pregnancy. Although it usually tends to go away after the birth of the baby, having gestational diabetes increases the risk of type 2 diabetes at a later stage in life. At times, a case of type 2 diabetes in a pregnant woman may be misdiagnosed as gestational diabetes.

d. Prediabetes
is a metabolic state that precedes the diagnosis of diabetes and is noted by higher than normal fasting or post-meal blood sugar levels. Having prediabetes puts you at great risk of developing diabetes in the near future. At this stage, there are interventions that can help you prevent the development of diabetes and is a call to action to maintain health. Risk factors that have been associated with the development of diabetes include:

Genetics/family history
History of gestational diabetes or having a baby that weighs >9 lbs A sedentary lifestyle Being overweight or obese Being on medications that may inflict a harmful effect on the pancreatic cells that produce insulin, such as diuretics, antirejection medications, drugs to treat inflammatory diseases, psychiatric problems, and seizures, to name a few.

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