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The general degree of risk is described in Question 7. In spite of the importance of heredity, it is clear than environment and lifestyle play a major role. This is clearly the case because hereditary tendencies to disease change little over the course of a few generations, while environment and lifestyle can change very rapidly. The recent If both the mother and the father’s sides have a high frequency of diabetes, then their offspring will have a marked tendency to develop type 2 diabetes. QXP 10/1/09 1 0 0 9:08 AM Page 24 Q U E S T I O N S & A N S W E R S A B O U T D I A B E T E S explosive rise in the frequency of type 2 diabetes in most regions of the world clearly implicates the latter as the most important factor.
The loss of body fluid leads to thirst, in order to replace the fluid loss. As long as the person with diabetes is able to keep pace with his or her thirst by regular fluid intake, he or she will remain relatively well. However, without free access to fluid, which can occur for a variety of reasons, one will become dehydrated, which leads to dizziness upon standing upright drowsiness, confusion, and ultimately fainting and unconsciousness. Due to the wasting of calories as glucose in the urine, patients will complain of hunger and will usually lose weight if high blood sugar is very marked.
Replenishment of vitamin D has not been shown to prevent diabetes long term and it is too early to draw conclusions about this. Some of these compounds are shown in Table 3. 19. Can type 1 diabetes also be prevented? Immunization The process of inducing immunity, usually through inoculation or vaccination. At the present time, we do not think that type 1 diabetes can effectively be prevented. Part of the problem is that we do not know the exact environmental trigger(s), although there is provocative evidence for a number of factors, such as early exposure to cow’s milk, certain viral strains, and lack of stimulation of the immune system at an early age by natural exposure to infective agents.
100 questions & answers about diabetes by Michael Bryer-Ash