type 2 diabetes is one of the most common diabetes.
Type one diabetes is more common than type two diabetes in children, but the opposite with adults. However, for the population as a whole, type two diabetes is more common than type one diabetes.
Type One, Type Two and Gestational diabetes
Type one, juvenile, insulin-dependant, diabetes mellitus type one, juvenille diabetes mellitus, insulin dependant diabetes mellitus
Type one diabetes only 10% of the diabetic population.
you can be born with type one diabetes
Possibly type two diabetes, but not type one.
There are 3 types of diabetes. Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational Diabetes. there are now four types of diabetes, type one, type two, GDM, and type 1.5.
Patients with type one diabetes have most likely had diabetes for the majority of their life and are diagnosed with a young age. Type one diabetic manage their diabetes with insulin injections while type two diabetics can simply manage their diabetes with diets.
The children yes do have a chance to get Diabetes but they will not definitely get it. Diabetes can skip generations.
currently, there is no cure for type one diabetes
There is NO type of 'good' diabetes, but the one your looking for is probably type 1 diabetes. People are usually born with that type. Type 2 diabetes is the one people get if they're overweight, don't exercise, and they eat junk all the time.
Yes, there is type 1 diabetes. And there is type 2 diabetes. One is hereditary and the other you get from eating food high in sodium or lack of excercise.
If you mean type, Type one and Type two diabetes, the only disorders or types there are.
type one diabetes requires insulin to stay healthy.
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
There is a few types of diabetes that are called "type 1" and "type 2", and there is also one called "water diabetes".
You can not catch it.
I have been studying type 1 diabetes mellitus for close to four years now and I have never heard it referred to as "insulin overload diabetes". I have heard it refered to as "juvenile diabetes", "juvenile onset diabetes", "insulin dependent diabetes mellitus", and just "type one diabetes mellitus". I might be forgetting a couple of names, but no, insulin overload diabetes is not another name for type one diabetes.
Type one diabetes is the most severe form of diabetes that one can be diagnosed with. You can go to the website www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/type-1/ to find out a lot more about what this disease entails.
Type one diabetes is when your islet cells do not produce any or do not produce enough insulin. People with type one diabetes have to take shots daily to maintain their blood sugar. That or they could get an insulin pump that does that for them.
This type of diabetes has several names, including type one diabetes, juvenille diabetes, and insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. However, some type two diabetics also take insulin.
type one and type two.
There are two types of diabetes. The first is Type One, or Juvenile, diabetes. Type One diabetes is found in statistically similar numbers throughout the world. Type Two diabetes, also called adult onset diabetes, is most commonly associated with obesity. This is the type of diabetes that the American Diabetes Association states has reached epidemic proportions in America. I would conjecture that the reason Type Two diabetes is so widespread in the United States is that this country is by far the one that consumes the most junk food, leading to a more obese populace on average.
People with Type One Diabetes (or Juvenile Diabetes) are NOT always born with it. Type One Diabetes is an autoimmune disorder where the body has attacked its own insulin producing cells, leaving the body unable to produce insulin and therefore unable to regulate the blood sugar levels in the body. While this autoimmune disorder occurs most often during the years of childhood, it can happen at any point in a person's life, resulting in having Type One Diabetes. I have Type One Diabetes, and I was not born with it, but acquired it when I was 15 years old.