Diabetes: These are the symptoms seen before diabetes in youth!

Diabetes used to occur only in people over 40 or 50 years of age. It was also hereditary. But now the situation is not like that as BMJ journal published a study which shows that more young people are getting diabetes at a young age. Based on many studies, it has been revealed that young people are suffering from type 2 diabetes. Among the 15 to 39-year-olds, diabetes has increased by 56 percent. The main reason seems to be changes in lifestyle. Along with air pollution, body mass index is the cause.

What causes diabetes in youth?

For almost two decades, the number of young people developing diabetes at a young age has been steadily increasing. Experts have noticed. They know the main causes of diabetes. They are.. 

☀ Genetics

☀ Lack of physical activity

☀ Excessive mental stress

☀ Pollution

☀ Body mass index

☀ Apart from this, high calorie diet and high stress also make men and women prone to diabetes.

Pre-diabetes symptoms in young people

Experts say the pre-diabetes symptoms in young people are different from those seen in adults.

☀ Unexpected weight loss

☀ Excessive urination


☀ Excessive hunger

☀ Gentle infections

☀ Weakness

☀ Fatigue

Some symptoms usually precede diabetes. shows Frequent urination, thirst, blurred vision, numbness or tingling in the feet, dry skin. Diabetes also increases the risk of other diseases. It can lead to other health problems like heart disease, stroke, kidney problems. It causes nerve damage, vision loss, hearing loss, dental health among other ailments. Diabetes also affects mental health. People with diabetes have two to three times the risk of heart attack and stroke. That’s why we should try to keep diabetes under control.

Blood sugar levels should be kept under control by eating a balanced diet not only through medicines. Avoid junk food and eat seasonal fruits and vegetables. A good night’s sleep is essential. Once you get diabetes, you have to suffer the consequences for the rest of your life. A lot of care should be taken in the matter of food and health. Smoking and drinking habits should be avoided. Reduce stress and maintain a healthy weight. Once diabetes is not controlled, it can lead to kidney failure and stroke. Sometimes it can be fatal.  

Note: Information collected from various studies, researches and health journals is provided here as usual for your understanding. This information is not a substitute for medical care or treatment. If you have any doubts regarding health, you should definitely consult a doctor. For the items mentioned in this article, “ABP Country”, ‘ABP Network’ Note that no liability is assumed.

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