I degree (EGD)
Diabetes me degree (also known as
insulin-dependent diabetes (Diabetes Mellitus) or youth diabetes) -
An autoimmune disease of the organism. An autoimmune disease develops
due to the fact that the immune system of the body begins Fight with definite
Part of the body. In diabetes, the immune system leads «Attack» beta cells
pancreas producing insulin and systematically destroys them. After
similar attack of the immune pancreas system practically
ceases to generate insulin or produces it in insufficient number.
The life of patients with IDF depends on
Daily injections insulin. Currently, scientists are unknown causes
such behavior of the immune system and attack on the beta cells of the pancreas
glands, however, they believe that the development of diabetes is affected as genetic
Factors and viruses. In the US, 5 - 10% of all patients with diabetes suffer from
Diabetes of I degree most often occurs in children and
young people, however, this disease can develop in older age.
Symptoms of ECDs usually manifest pretty quickly, although destruction
Beta cells begins approximately a few years before the symptoms appear.
The most common symptoms
ISR: constant thirst, rapid urination, an uncomfortable feeling of hunger,
rapid weight loss, impairment of view, as well as fast fatigue and
exhaustion. No diagnosis and timely treatment can lead to
Coma, representing a threat to life.
II degree (INSD)
Diabetes II degree
(also known as insulin dependent diabetes or anx) - The most common type of diabetes.
Approximately 90 - 95% of all patients with diabetes suffer from degree diabetes.
This type of diabetes usually develops in adults over 40 years old, and the most
Common among people over 55. Approximately 80% of patients with ICD suffer
from completeness and obesity.
During Pancreas Iron
develops insulin, however, for one reason or another, the body cannot
effectively use it. Ultimately, the INSD is not much different from ISR
- The same unhealthy accumulation of blood sugar and the inability of the body
Effectively use the main source of energy.
Symptoms of the INSD manifest
Gradually, over time, they are not as noticeable as symptoms. Most
Common symptoms: a sense of constant fatigue or total
soreness, frequent urination (especially at night), extraordinary thirst,
weight loss, impairment, frequent infectious diseases, slow
Gestational diabetes develops
or diagnosed during pregnancy. Diabetes of this type usually disappears
After childbirth, however, women who survived during pregnancy gestational
Diabetes are susceptible to greater risk of developing the INSD in the future.