The differences went on the outside circles and the similarities went on the inside of the two circles where they overlapped. How are these diseases different?
But if you need to tear down someone else so you can have the pity party all to yourself, by all means, knock yourself out. When you take insulin before bed and wake up with….
Bottom Line: It smacks of ignorance and self-pity, but more importantly, it diminishes the very real difficulties faced by those with Type 1 diabetes. How many people say that to people with Multiple Sclerosis or Lupus, other autoimmune disease?
The most serious complications involve kidney failure, eye problems and vision loss, neurological damage and increased risk of cardiovascular problems, including heart attack and stroke. Type 1 or Type 2. I even stated that they are both bad and the fact that T1 does indeed have some things over T2 in terms of severity.
Go back to the lousy habits, and it will come back, as will heart problems and obesity. Differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes Type 1 diabetes Type 2 diabetes Symptoms usually start in childhood or young adulthood.
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So, Many of us do have a say in whether or not we will develop type II diabetes at some point in our lives. Now, on to the original article. Dennis, those are all important points.
Thanks for helping end the ignorance. On your blog, you have an entry about DIB Dead-in-Bed Syndrome that describes the sudden death of a 13 year old girl with Type 1 diabetes. Now Genetics are a funny thing. According to the 2017 National Diabetes Statistics Report, there are 30.
I know there are many complications with type 2, especially when it is undiagnosed, but for the most part, it is usually curable with a change in lifestyle, diet and exercise.