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by gold stone (2019-05-04)

Among children, poor eating Internal 911 Review habits and excess weight are associated with Type 2 diabetes diagnosis. This does not mean that all children who have poor diets, or all children who are overweight, will develop the condition. It does increase the likelihood that it will happen, however.Childhood obesity, or a child who is over what is considered to be a healthy weight, will have a greater chance of being diagnosed with this form of diabetes. Another major risk factor is having members of the immediate family who have also been diagnosed with the condition, usually a parent.Other symptoms, also found in type 1 diabetes, include excessive thirst, increased need to urinate or frequent urination, and extreme tiredness.It can be hard to determine whether diabetes in children is Type 1 or Type 2, because of these shared symptoms. Other children will have none of the typical signs of either type, making diagnosis very difficult. It helps to bring children to regular checkups with a physician who is aware of family medical history.When the doctor said that you had diabetes, you will probably get shock and the first reaction that comes from you is your denial. You cannot accept this condition, where people could die, and in the beginning, you will neglect to take your medication or following your diet or undergo the exercise which is important to maintain your physical condition. After your denial you will probably get angry and your anger could even hurt someone else or someone who close to you. This anger, if you cannot overcome it, will prevent your attempt to successfully managing your diabetes since diabetes will require your focus and attention.Well, those reactions were normal. Who would not feel so angry or depressed, especially young people, when they found that they had diabetes. Allow yourself to experience those feeling, but do not let it occupied yourself forever. Just feel it then drop it. After that all you need to do is to find a way to move on and live normally with your diabetes.