DIABETES THE MAJOR HEALTH PROBLEM IN MORDEN TIME

Sudhir Singh Gangwar, R. N. Thakur, Ranjana Sharma, Amita Tilak

Abstract


Diabetes is a shortage in our body’s competence to change glucose (sugar) to energy. Glucose is the metabolite formed in our body which is the main source of energy for our body. When food is consumed it is transformed into fats, protein, or carbohydrates or glucose Foods that interruptour blood sugars are named carbohydrates. India The occurrence of diabetes is growing globally and the causes endorsed are the ageing population.Diabetes is a chronic illness that happens when the pancreas does not harvest enough insulin (a hormone that regulates blood sugar) or otherwise, when the body cannot efficiently use the insulin it yields. High blood sugar is a very  natural effect of frenzied diabetes, and over period can harm the heart, blood vessels, eyes, kidneys, and nerves and other body part. In this health article we have focous on the diabatis cause symtom and helling of the chronic disease diabeatics.


Keywords


Diabetes, Glucose, blood sugars, chronic illness, insulin, pancreas

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