Several potential risks have been identified not only for diabetes but also for disease.
The cause of type 1 diabetes is not known exactly, but if you have a relative who is suffering from this disease, the risk is considered to be slightly increased. Environmental factors and exposure to certain viral infections are also associated with the risk of type 1 diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes includes some of the following risk factors:
Genetic Factors: Family history of diabetes Family members with type 2 diabetes are at increased risk for developing the same disease.
Unhealthy food: When you eat too much refined carbohydrate (white bread, pasta, cookies, cakes or juices) and saturated fats, too few fruits and vegetables increase the risk of diabetes.
Sedentarism and Weight: Studies have shown that adequate exercise is adequate for one day, 30 minutes a day, to maintain good health and reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
65-80% of new cases of type 2 diabetes are associated with overweight or obesity. Risk is the age associated with the accumulation of overweight and the accumulation of body weight during adulthood, as well as the duration of obesity.
Birth weight loss is a risk factor for type 2 diabetes.
Age: The older you are, the greater the risk of diabetes. However, type 2 diabetes is increasing in all ages and is often seen in children and adolescents.
Modified Glucose Tolerance (Pre-Glycemia): Your body does not respond properly to insulin secretion and your blood glucose levels can not be maintained within normal ranges.
Gestational diabetes: Women who are pregnant with diabetes are at increased risk for type 2 diabetes, and gestational diabetes is associated with increased risk of obesity and glucose metabolism in children due to pregnancy.
Socioeconomic factors contribute to the development of diabetes and the occurrence of complications due to living conditions that encourage unhealthy dietary choices.
"Diabetes experts help not only to establish treatments but also to adopt a way of life that can control disease. People with type 2 diabetes who have been diagnosed once are referred to the rigorous tracking program set up by the diabetologist It is essential that diabetes educators support information and education about dietary information, the importance of physical effort, blood glucose monitoring, blood glucose monitoring devices and the use of injection devices for treatment, while at the same time providing additional research, All information received from a diabetic physician regarding neurology, ophthalmologic control, thorough examination of the foot will be taken to the first examination of a newly diagnosed diabetic patient Dr. Gabriela Ileana Creteanu, county of Suceava's new Catholic John Emergency Head of Suceava County Prevention Diabetes Center at the hospital.
Experts from the Suceava County Diabetes Care Center at the new Saint John Emergency Hospital in Suceava, together with the Union of Diabetes Alliance of Romania, are organized at the county hospital hall from 11 am to 2 pm on Monday, November 12, 2018, Blood glucose test campaign and risk assessment and professional advice on healthy nutrition or family and diabetes care.