Have Hereditary Diabetes? Beware of Body Fat

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JAKARTA – Have a hereditary history diabetes associated with a variety of health risks. A study involving 10,197 respondents showed that those with a hereditary history of diabetes were more at risk of being overweight or obese.

In addition, with the same body weight, the risk of developing diabetes and heart disease is also higher. This is related to the tendency for the accumulation of visceral fat and ectopic fat or accumulation of fat outside the fat tissue such as in the pancreas, liver or heart muscle. (Also read: Alert! Limp and Concentrated Children Can Become Lack of Micro Nutrients)

Based on the official statement received by SINDOnews, the family history cannot be changed, therefore there are several things that must be done to stay healthy. Among them are maintaining a normal body weight, adjusting a healthy diet and exercising regularly.

Meanwhile, diabetes is a condition that interferes with the body’s ability to process blood glucose, otherwise known as blood sugar. The hormone insulin moves sugar from the blood into cells for storage or use as energy. With diabetes, the body doesn’t produce enough insulin or can’t effectively use the insulin it makes.

Without careful and ongoing management, diabetes can lead to a buildup of sugar in the blood, which can increase the risk of dangerous complications, including stroke and heart disease. There are several types of diabetes, namely type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, prediabetes and gestational diabetes.

Different types of diabetes can occur, and treatment of the condition depends on the type. Not all forms of diabetes come from someone who is overweight or leads an inactive lifestyle. In fact, some have been present since childhood. Each type of diabetes has unique symptoms, causes and treatments. (Also read: 8 Years of Noah, Ariel admitted to being saturated and had time to think backwards)

Common symptoms of diabetes include increased hunger, increased thirst, weight loss, frequent urination, blurred vision, extreme fatigue and sores that won’t heal.

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