A group of diseases that result in too much sugar in the blood (high blood glucose)is called Diabates.

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There are Three types of Diabates.

They are:

1.Type 1 Diabates

2.Type 2 Diabates

3.Gestational Diabates

1.Type 1 Diabates:

Diabetes type 1, also referred to as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic illness. Little to no insulin is produced by the pancreas in this situation. The hormone insulin is used by the body to let glucose (sugar) into cells where it can be used to make energy.

2.Type 2 Diabates:

The body’s ability to control and utilise sugar (glucose) as fuel is impaired in type 2 diabetes. Too much sugar is circulating in the bloodstream as a result of this long-term (chronic) disease. Ultimately, cardiovascular, neurological, and immune system issues might result from excessive blood sugar levels.

3.Gestational Diabates:

When diabetes is discovered for the first time while pregnant, it is called gestational diabetes (gestation). Gestational diabetes affects how your cells use sugar, similar to other types of diabetes (glucose). High blood sugar levels brought on by gestational diabetes can harm both you and your unborn child’s health.

A close-up of a pregnant woman having her blood sugar/ glucose checked.

Control of Type 1 Diabates:

If you have type 1 diabetes, you must administer insulin or wear an insulin pump each day. Your body needs insulin to regulate blood sugar levels and supply energy. Insulin cannot be taken as a tablet. That’s because it would be destroyed by the acid in your stomach before it could enter your bloodstream.

Control Of Type 2 Diabates:

Although there is no cure for type 2 diabetes, you can manage the condition by decreasing weight, eating healthfully, and exercising. You may also require diabetic drugs or insulin therapy to control your blood sugar if diet and exercise are insufficient.

Control Of Gestational Diabates:

Typically, gestational diabetes develops in the middle of pregnancy. It is most frequently detected between 24 and 28 weeks of pregnancy by doctors. Gestational diabetes is frequently controllable with a good diet and regular exercise. A woman with gestational diabetes may occasionally need to take insulin as well.

General Ways To Control Diabates:

  1. Shed excess pounds. Diabetes risk is decreased with weight loss.
  2. Exercise more frequently. The advantages of regular exercise are numerous.
  3. Consume wholesome plant foods. Your diet benefits from the vitamins, minerals, and carbohydrates that plants supply.
  4. Consume healthy fats.
  5. Avoid fad diets and opt for healthy alternatives.
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