Diabetes is a disorder in which the immune system forces the body cells to stop producing insulin in the body. The food we eat is digested in the stomach and a major part of that food is converted in sugar which is later provided to the blood and other organs. To control the amount of that sugar, body itself produces insulin which is kind of anti-sugar. When a person is affected by diabetes, his blood sugar level increases which is not that common and it can cause death too. A person who has diabetes is advised to stop eating any kind of sweet food immediately and start using insulin injections. With these injections, body is provided with enough insulin so that a person can consume some amount of sugar on regular basis.

Common symptoms of diabetes:

  • The most important symptom of diabetes is when you feel thirstier and urinate more than other people around you.
  • Fatigue is also a common symptom in diabetes patients. Without doing difficult work or exercise, they constantly feel like are tired and having pain in their legs and arms.
  • If your weight is dropping in an unusual manner and you are constantly watching you body getting weaker and weaker, it’s maybe a sign of diabetes. If you are not on a diet plan and eating less calorie food, losing weigh could be a problem for you.
  • Having less vision even when your eyesight is not weak but you can’t read sometimes is also a common sign for having diabetes.

Common types of diabetes include:

  1. Type 1 diabetes:
    Type 1 diabetes is also called “juvenile diabetes” as it mostly attacks teenagers and adults. Young children are also affected by type 1 diabetes and with this kind; the patient has to depend on the insulin injections for the rest of his life. In this type, immune system attacks the cells that produce insulin in a body and with this attack; those cells refuse to produce any insulin in the blood.This is the most common type of diabetes that could happen at any age and it’s usually caused by diet disorder and by eating excessive junk food. 
  2. Type 2 diabetes:
    Type 2 diabetes is usually attacks people over 40 years of age but recently there were some cases in which it attacked young people too. Most commonly, type 2 diabetes is caused due to heritage from parents and obesity. Overweight people have more chances to have diabetes as compared to slim ones. This is not that dangerous and the patient with this type of diabetes can recover by changing his diet plans but still he needs insulin injections for a while until his insulin producing cells are back on track.  Check into a Humana medicare advantage plan for 2019 to fill your insurance needs.
  3. Gestational diabetes:
    This type of diabetes only affects pregnant women it usually disappears after delivery. But there are high chances that when a woman is affected by gestational diabetes, she will be affected by type 2 diabetes later at some age. This disorder can be recovered by eating healthy food and consuming less sugar or sweet foods. In this type, patient doesn’t need to have insulin injections but he can control it by changing her lifestyle and food plans only.