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The symptoms of Type 1 diabetes develop rapidly and suddenly, while the symptoms of Type 1 diabetes develop over a long period of time, and these symptoms include the following Numbness and paresthesia in the limbs.


The emergence of a fruity odor from the mouth, Fatigue and fatigue Suffering from Acanthosis nigricans, which causes a darker coloration in the folded


 areas of the skin


 Blurred eye


 Unexplained weight loss or weight gain


 Skin infection. Nausea Increased hunger, thirst, and urination
Increase the time sores and wounds take to heal.


What are the symptoms of diabetes
What are the symptoms of diabetes 


Factors that increase the risk of developing diabetes


The factors that increase the likelihood of developing diabetes vary according to the type of disease, and in what follows some of them

Type 1 diabetes


There are a number of different factors that increase the risk of developing type 1 diabetes, including the following Genetic factor : The risk of developing type 1 diabetes increases if you have some specific genes.


Family history: The risk of developing the disease increases if there is a family history of infection, Geographical factor: the risk of developing diabetes is higher in countries far from the equator Age: Most cases of type 1 diabetes occur in children and adolescents.


Type 2 diabetes


Type 2 diabetes can be prevented by eating a balanced diet, increasing activity, and maintaining a healthy weight. Among the factors that increase the likelihood of developing this type of diabetes are the following Obesity, or accumulation of fat in the abdominal area.


 Having Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
A family history of the disease
 Decreased physical activity. Prediabetes
 Age over 45 years
The female has previously had gestational diabetes.












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