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What causes type 2 diabetes?

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2016-09-26 00:08:03

Insulin resistance is the most common cause of type 2 diabetes.

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The causes of type 2 diabetes are as follows: old age not being active being fat bad diet But the most important of the causes is not producing enough insulin.

Heredity poor diet and life style are the most common causes for type 2 diabetes.

No. Type 1 diabetes is known as insulin-dependent or juvenile onset diabetes. The causes of type 2 diabetes can either be a lack of insulin sensitivity or insulin production problem. Some people with type 2 diabetes take insulin, but it is not known as insulin-dependent diabetes.

Brittle diabetes is mostly affects type 1 diabetics. It is also known as "Labile diabetes". Sometimes, it is also used to describe type 2 diabetes which is poorly controlled. It causes sudden fluctuations in the blood sugar levels.

1. Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM) 2. Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (NIDDM) 3. Diabetic prone states 4. Secondary to other known causes

Type 2 diabetes is also known as "adult onset diabetes." It is sometimes causes by being overweight. However, it can also occur in normal weight people if there is a history of diabetes in the family. It is when your pancreas is not putting out enough insulin to support the body. It can sometimes be cured by diet and exercise.

A deficiency in insulin causes type I diabetes mellitus.

Type 2 diabetes is determined primarily by lifestyle factors and genes.

No. Causes for diabetes are unknown.

The two main causes are obesity and lack of physical activity.

There is no evidence that diabetes is a fungal disease. The causes of type 1 diabetes are unknown.

Diabetes type 1, and Diabetes type 2

pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus type 2

type 2 diabetes is one of the most common diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes is a type of diabetes where the individual is not fully dependent on insulin. A type 1 diabetic requires insulin.

There is no way to prevent type 1 diabetes. .There is no cure for type 1 diabetes. It is may be passed on to your children. You cannot prevent type 1 diabetes. You can prevent type 2 diabetes with diet and excercise. You can reverse Type 2 diabetes with diet and excercise. Some people are genetically more likely to get diabetes. To prevent type 2 diabetes, eat healthy and excercise. For more information on diabetes go to www.jdrf.com A person that i know has type 1 diabetes and they had a hard time with it but i am very sorry you can not cure type 1. The scientests at jdrf are tring to find a way to cure it though. What causes type 1 diabetes is when your pancreise fails. The cause of type 2 diabetes is where you are overweight. To cure type 2 you can inprove your diet and exersize. There is no cure to type 1, saddly but scientests are tring to find one. I have type 1 diabetes and if you have any questions, I can answer them with fact, and personal experiance. t get more info about me or diabetes, or to ask me a question aout it go to my site http://diabetesgirl.wetpaint.com

There is no way to prevent type 1 diabetes. It is genetic. There is no cure for type 1 diabetes. It is commonly passed on to your children. It is genetic. You cannot prevent type 1 diabetes. You can prevent type 2 diabetes with diet and excercise. You can reverse Type 2 diabetes with diet and excercise. Some people are genetically more likely to get diabetes. To prevent type 2 diabetes, eat healthy and excercise. For more information on diabetes go to www.jdrf.com A person that i know has type 1 diabetes and they had a hard time with it but i am very sorry you can not cure type 1. The scientests at jdrf are tring to find a way to cure it though. What causes type 1 diabetes is when your pancreise fails. The cause of type 2 diabetes is where you are overweight. To cure type 2 you can inprove your diet and exersize. There is no cure to type 1, saddly but scientests are tring to find one. I have type 1 diabetes and if you have any questions, I can answer them with fact, and personal experiance. t get more info about me or diabetes, or to ask me a question aout it go to my site http://diabetesgirl.wetpaint.com

No, the word diabetes is not capitalized in a sentence unless you say the specific type such as Diabetes 1 or Diabetes 2. The correct grammar is, "I have diabetes" or "I have Diabetes type 2.

Refined (processed) carbohydrates are a major cause of weight gain, obesity, many diet related diseases, and diabetes type 2.There will be a predisposition if you have obesity and/or a family history of diabetes. Many people who develop diabetes type 2 have both of these risk factors. However, it is possible to develop diabetes type 2 having only one of them, and it is possible (though rare) to develop it without having either of them.This is one possible progression:In susceptible individuals, eating refined (processed) carbohydrates can lead toWeigh gain or obesity which leads toInsulin resistance which leads toPre-diabetes which leads toDiabetes type 2.Not all people who develop diabetes type 2 are obese or even overweight. As already stated there may simply be a family history of diabetes type 2 or carbohydrate sensitivity.Causes of all types of diabetes are unknown, thought to be autoimmune disease. But there are still similarities seen between type 2's including obesity that put one at a higher risk, but obesity does not necessarily cause type 2 diabetes.

You cannot 'catch' type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes occurs when you have too much weight (are overweight or obese), and don't exercise. Those two factors put you at risk for getting type 2 diabetes.

you know what my dad has type 2 diabetes and the type one is way way way worse. type one can kill you but when i was three my dad had type 2 diabetes and it is OK and did you know if your mom or dad had diabetes you are at risk of getting type 2 so say your dad or mom has type one diabetes you are at risk of getting it but if your mom or dad had type 2 diabetes you are at risk of getting type 2 - hope this helped alot

These diseases and conditions may be more likely causes of Sudden death if the patient has diabetes, is at risk of diabetes, or has a family history of diabetes. 1. Heart attack 2. Heart failure - sudden death 3. Stroke

Type II diabetes is accompanied by obesity (perhaps causes the obesity), but not all instances of obesity are with diabetes.

No, Type I diabetes is known as insulin dependent.

Type 1 is not, but pre diabetes and type 2 are preventable


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