Lifestyle doesn't appear to be more important in determining the chance of a person to develop type 1 diabetes than the hereditary inclination. However, in the instance of type 2 diabetes it's a vital factor. So, certain ethnic groups may have a high propensity to develop type 2 diabetes under one set of environmental situation, but they may employ a low inclination under different environmental conditions. While their related cousins have a low frequency of the ailment, half of the Pima have type 2 diabetes.
The two most common and most important variables contributing in groups at high hereditary risk to a high prevalence of type 2 diabetes are weight gain and lack of physical exercise and smoking.
Depression also is a well-recognized reason of type 2 diabetes and diabetic patients with depression have poorer adherence to self-management behaviors compared with those without depression
Self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) is recognized an important behavior contributing to achieving glycemic control, reducing hypoglycemic events and reducing the risk of diabetes complications
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