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Juvenile Diabetes

Juvenile Diabetes

Juvenile diabetes is a sub-type of diabetes type 1. In this type of diabetes the pancreas unable to produce insulin or produces very less insulin. The diabetic person have to depend on insulin.

Diabetes is a silent killer disease. After diagnosis must be controlled the sugar level in the body and treated as well under the advises of physician and principals of medical science and must not ignore, otherwise it is very harmful for human body and life as well.

There are many types of diabetes, some of them are basic that are main whereas, remaining are sub types. From the main type, Diabetes type 2 and 1 are the main types. Type 1 diabetes occurs when immune system due to unknown reason, attacks on the beta cell of pancreas and destroy cells. Some persons, suffer from a condition, that is Juvenile Diabetes. It is similar to type 1. In this diabetes, the immune system is not responsible to destroy beta cells of pancreas.

All types of diabetes, mostly occur due to inner side body reasons except Diabetes Juvenile. It occurs due to external body reasons. The pancreas effected by any disease or any injury and its insulin production ability become irregular.

Another is a diabetes type, Gestational Diabetes but this type sometime disappears after pregnancy.

In diabetes type 1 many types of complications can be experienced. Depending on various causes and symptoms many sub-types of type 1 are diagnosed. Juvenile diabetes is one of them.


For the medical specialist the juvenile diabetes is a sub-type of diabetes type 1. In both types the persons depend on insulin. This condition is a chronic condition. In this type of diabetes the pancreas unable to produce insulin or produces very less insulin.

Insulin is an important hormone who makes the glucagon from sugar and allow the glucose to body cells through the blood stream. The diabetes type 2 is a common condition who occurs when the pancreas unable to produce sufficient insulin or the body cannot utilize the insulin properly, its called insulin resistant.

Causes of Juvenile Diabetes

Many factors are causes for develop into type 1 diabetes, Juvenile Diabetes, like genetics and exposure to certain viruses. Diabetes type 1 appear in childhood while the Juvenile Diabetes can appear in childhood and adult.

Diabetes Juvenile is the most common metabolic disease in young people. Juvenile diabetes mostly appears in the young age.

Who is adult? We cannot define an adult with words completely, however, there are some symptoms that when appear in a child, then we can call hid adult or young. Where the age is concerned, when a child reaches the 16 years of age is refers to adult or young. But criteria variate to the people.

Juvenile Diabetes and Treatment

During the search it discovers that Juvenile Diabetes unable to cure. The diabetes specialists say that it can be managed. With the help of good treatment and suitable management its patient can live healthy and long life. For this purpose the proper treatment, maintaining blood sugar level and essential body weight is an important matter.

According to the diabetes specialist, once a person suffered from diabetes, no complete cure, only patient can manage and can avoid from further complications.

People can manage diabetes type 1 through proper treatment. They can spend life healthy and can survive for the long time. In the past people could not think to do what can do now with diabetes.

Diagnosis and epidemiology

In a study about diabetes in Scotland it is discovered that about 2000 people under the age of 16 are suffering from Diabetes Juvenile (Diabetes type 1)

Learn more about the different types of diabetes:

Diabetes Types
Type 2 diabetesType 1 diabetesGestational diabetes
Diabetes TypesDrug-induced DiabetesDouble diabetes
Diabetes InsipidusBrittle DiabetesSecondary Diabetes
Steroid-induced DiabetesDiabetes MODYDiabetes LADA

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