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If you often feel tired and thirsty, or you have trouble seeing clearly, don’t ignore your symptoms. You could be suffering diabetes, a lifelong condition related to the amount of sugar in your blood. People diabetes cannot produce enough insulin – the substance that controls your blood sugar levels – to keep the body in balance. They may have to take medication and make changes to their lifestyle in order remain well.
There are two types of diabetes. Patients with type 1 have a problem with their immune system, means they produce insulin but the body destroys it. Those with type 2 simply do not produce enough insulin. This is often, not always, due to obesity or inactivity. all the diabetics in the UK 90% have type 2, and the disease is the rise. Doctors believe this is because we eat less healthily, and exercise less frequently, we did in the past. To avoid developing diabetes, experts recommend eating regular, healthy meals and walking as often as possible.