How To Cope With Type I Diabetes
(BlackDoctor.org) — Type 1 diabetes may not be as common as type 2 diabetes, but it does not mean that this should not be given the same amount of attention.
Type 1 diabetes happens because the pancreas is unable to produce insulin, or even if it is able to do that at all, the amount of insulin is not enough. Insulin, as you must know is a hormone that is responsible in converting glucose into energy.
Normally, the insulin breaks down glucose in the blood and the essential nutrients are then distributed in the blood stream. Unfortunately, what happens with diabetes is that instead of getting the essential nutrients, the cells become starved because excess glucose is excreted out of the body through the urinary system.
Such being the case, people with type 1 diabetes may present the following signs and symptoms: