The Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Diseases Diabetes Type 1 and 2

Diabetes

Diabetes has been and is one of the most dangerous chronic and non-communicable diseases that affect human health and is one of the most frequent and aggressive surprising pathologies of modern society that can reduce or eliminate the quality of life of anyone who presents the symptoms and who does not exercise an opposite managing to it or a suitable care. As early as the fifteenth century BC there was information of the first cases whose symptoms are assimilated to the present illness.

Diabetes is a group of metabolic disorders that affects various organs and tissues and is caused by the destruction of beta cells in the pancreas that produces insulin, the hormone that regulates rates of blood sugar, which causes the increase of these glucose or blood sugar producing the symptoms and subsequently the development of the disease. Read more