What is Diabetes?
Hello there intrigued reader!
I’d like to start by saying that, when we understand more it, creates a space of, thoughts allowing you to improve your questions, resulting in more knowledge obtained. This cycle continues and, forms empowering habits that serves your ultimate, goal. a purpose! And now, an into to diabetes and it’s types.
Think of, communication systems or language, and imagine receiving a signal from the source (your body) in a language that can be understood, depending on how well versed you are. Catching these messages and decoding them early is paramount towards reversing type 2 diabetes and mastering the balancing act of type 1. What I can say for sure is, achieving success requires more of our attention.
So, what is diabetes? To answer that question, is to understand the role of insulin in your body! When eating, the body turns food into sugars, or glucose. At that point, the pancreas is supposed to release insulin. Insulin serves as a “key” to open your cells, to allow the glucose to enter -- and allow the usage of glucose for energy.
But with diabetes, this system either works inefficiently, or does not work at all. In the last decade people living with diabetes has jumped 50%; and currently diabetes is affecting nearly half a billion people worldwide! The majority of those affected are type 2 diabetics, and the majority of type 2 diabetics can reverse and drastically improve their situation very easily! Only if action is taken, of course. You can, that’s right, reach a point where you hand back the responsibility of insulin to, your subconscious completely. By which you will be continuously moving towards that point. A schedule and regime will be developed that assures improvement of your health in all aspects.
If action is not taken, several things can go wrong – causing the onset of diabetes. There are two main types of diabetes, type 1(juvenile) that usually affects children but can strike at any age, and type 2 (adult onset) that usually affects adults above the age of 35 but nowadays can affect the youth as activity levels, eating habits and lifestyles have changed drastically in the past quarter of a century.