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Diabetes mellitus is classed as a group of chronic metabolic diseases, causing high blood glucose levels. Diabetes is
diagnosed when the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin, or the produced insulin is not sufficient for the cells
and the body cannot use the insulin effectively. Insulin refers to a hormone that regulates blood sugar within the
body.

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Diabetes mellitus is classed as a group of chronic metabolic diseases, causing high blood glucose levels. Diabetes is
diagnosed when the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin, or the produced insulin is not sufficient for the cells
and the body cannot use the insulin effectively. Insulin refers to a hormone that regulates blood sugar within the body.
Diabetes mellitus is characterized into three main types: Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes and Gestational Diabetes (GDM).


People with Type 1 diabetes produce very little or no insulin at all. Type 1 mostly occurs in young adults and children.
The sufferers of type 1 need to inject insulin for the rest of their lives. Type 2 diabetes relates to the body’s inability to
effectively use of insulin. 90% of the diabetic population suffer from type 2 diabetes. Gestational diabetes occurs
during pregnancy. Blood glucose levels are usually above normal in mothers with GDM.
Diabetes has become such a common disease, and is highly spoken about in today’s society. People form their own
perspectives, experiences and understandings, which has resulted in many, believable fabricated statements
regarding diabetes. This report aims to debunk seven of the main lies and myths about diabetes, and will provide thorough

explanations on what the actual facts are.

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