The difference in the equilibrium between the two characterizes the two leading forms of diabetes - Type 1 and Type 2. Whatever the form of diabetes, its basis is to some extent, hereditary reasons. The contribution that is hereditary is less or more continuous throughout recent human evolution. It truly is the external element that has changed markedly over the last 100 years, leading to the dramatic rise in the frequency of diabetes in almost all societies. You grown diabetes because either you are strongly predisposed due to hereditary reasons or because there are factors in your lifestyle and surroundings (such as gaining weight, getting insufficient exercise, taking certain drugs) that raise the chance of diabetes or, as is generally the case, a mix of both. That is not all bad, because the environment and lifestyle can often be changed, with dramatic improvement.
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