Most people with Diabetes type II are taking insulin in prescribed doses. If they take their insulin but then don't eat very many carbohydrates then their blood sugar falls and they get hypoglycemia. This is the most common reason for hypoglycemia in diabetics.
People with type II diabetes may also have a problem with hypersecretion of insulin. Because they are insulin resistant, their blood sugar skyrockets after a meal. This signals the pancreas to release more insulin, and if it releases too much too fast their blood sugar goes down and they get hypoglycemic symptoms.
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Noninsulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus
can hypoglycemia lead to diabetes?
um... search it on google but,it is a , Diabetes mellitus type 2 (formerly noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) or adult-onset diabetes) is a metabolic disorder that is characterized by high blood glucose in the context of insulin resistance and relative insulin deficiency
Drug-induced hypoglycemia, a complication of diabetes, is the most commonly seen and most dangerous form of hypoglycemia.
Diabetes and hypoglycemia that I can think of.
No, Type I diabetes is known as insulin dependent.
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No, it used to be called insulin-dependent diabetes.
Hypoglycemia is the same thing as Diabetes, according to Wikipedia hypoglycemia literally means 'low blood sugar'. So yes, having low blood sugar unfortunately means you have hypoglycemia.
No.The prefix hypo- means low, diabetes results is high blood sugar levels or "hyperglycemia".Hypoglycemia most commonly results from inadequate carbohydrate intake, however taking an overdose of insulin could induce hypoglycemia in a diabetic. In either case a drink with lots of the simple sugar glucose is often used for first aid.
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It is called non-insulin-dependent diabetes. The full term is "non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus" (NIDDM).
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.
Type 1 Diabetes mellitus - is insulin dependent and type 2 is the non-insulin dependent. See: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diabetes_mellitus
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In 1979, Mick Fleetwood, the drummer and founder of Fleetwood Mac, was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 32 after suffering with hypoglycemia during preforming shows.So, the answer to your question is 32 years old in 1979 :)Note: Please don't erase this entire answer, if you disagree with this answer, post your answer below this:
Diseases, such as diabetes and hypoglycemia, result.
NIDDM (Non Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus). But note that over time, this type of diabetes can indeed become insulin-dependent.
Hypoglycemia, low blood sugar, is normally not a dangerous or long-lasting condition, since in healthy people it corrects itself shortly. The most common way for it to become dangerous is in diabetics being treated with insulin or other medications that lower blood sugar. People without diabetes generally don't have to worry about hypoglycemia.
Type 1 diabetics cannot produce their own insulin so depend on insulin shots, thus they have insulin dependent diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is often referred to as non insulin dependent diabetes (NIDDM) due to the fact that in a lot of cases it can be dealt with without the need for regular insulin injections.