What is Diabtes , what are symtam , how can be cure plz read

 Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases nowadays. It is also called the curse of modern. civilization. Diabetes occurs when the amount of sugar in the body increases, .. According to a survey report by the World Health Organization, “By 2025, India will be the diabetic capital of the world. That is,  hat time the maximum number of patients of diabetes will be in India and their number will be about 57 million here.

According to the "Diabetes Organization of India" changes in urban lifestyle, more spicy food, less exercise, increased stress, genetic and environmental factors increase the risk of diabetes by up to 60%. Patients with diabetes are three times more likely to have a heart attack than other patients.

Diabetes increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, blindness and kidney failure. It is generally divided into two types, type-1 and type-2.

Type 1 diabetes affects the immune system of a person. It directly attacks the insulin factory (beta-cell) of the body, due to which our body is not able to make enough hormones to control the amount of sugar.

The cause of type 2 diabetes is usually the wrong lifestyle in which fat starts increasing in the body and it shows effect on insulin.

Diabetes patients can be divided into five different clusters.

Cluster 1 - Severe type of auto-immune diabetes is broadly similar to type 1 diabetes, its effects are seen at a young age, when they are healthy and then it starts reducing the amount of insulin in their body.

Cluster 2 - Severe type insulin deficiency diabetes is seen in the early stages like group-1, its sufferers are young, their weight is also fine but they have reduced ability to make insulin and their immunity The system was not working properly.

Cluster 3 - Patients suffering from severe insulin resistant diabetes are overweight, insulin is being produced in their body, but its effect on the body is not visible.

Cluster 4 - People with diabetes associated with mild obesity are usually of heavy weight, but their digestibility is similar to those of cluster 3.

Cluster 5 - Patients with age-associated diabetes usually appear slightly older than others of their own age.

According to their division, we can move towards precision medicines for diabetes. Ideally, this treatment should be started only after the diagnosis of diabetes and treatment of first three types of diabetes should be started sooner than the last two types of diabetes.

Cluster 2 patients are currently classified as type 2 diabetes because they do not suffer from autoimmune diseases. Cluster 2 patients have a higher risk of blindness while cluster 3 has a higher risk of kidney failure.

symptoms of diabetes

main symptoms of diabetes

 Frequent urge to urinate is excessive thirst (patient's mouth becomes dry and he complains of insufficient water)

hunger, weight loss, fatigue,

Slow healing of bruises and wounds,

change in vision,

Intense itching in some places of the body, pain in fingers and toes and weakness and drowsiness are the main ones.

There is a tendency to obstruct the blood flow to the legs. Along with this there is a tendency towards toxic conditions like boils etc.

skewed back and heaviness in legs

numb and swollen feet

stiffness in the waist


Intermittent indigestion complaint

urge to eat stimulants

dry mouth

pain in the kidneys

tuberculosis fever

apathy hopeless mental state silent nostalgia



and guilt etc.

Diabetes is a disease that has many complications. If these complications are taken, they can cause great harm to the patient, the main among these complications are –

- frequent infections of the patient

- Wounds do not heal easily

- retinal distortion, blindness

- neuropathy

- diabetic ketone acidity

- Cardiovascular malformation

- urinary tract infection

 The blood glucose level of healthy people in the morning on an empty stomach (after fasting overnight) is 90 ml. g./dl. and 145 minutes after the meal. g./dl. Should be. In the case of uncontrolled diabetes, it is 500 ml. g./dl. Or it could be even more.

Most complications can be limited if diabetes is well controlled, adequate precautions are taken and diseases like obesity are avoided. However, even a patient with fully controlled diabetes may suffer from one or the other complications.

Many things related to a patient's daily routine can affect the level of sugar in his blood. Chief among these are –

- Lack of physical labor

-Lack of dietary control

- certain drugs

-stress, and


Due to the above reasons, increasing the level of sugar in the blood can make diabetes out of control.

Diabetes is not incurable, we just have to be aware and keep in touch with our doctor from time to time. In this disease, with our lifestyle and behavior, we can control it and reduce the load of medicines and we can also get rid of medicines with our will.

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