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How to prevent type 1 diabetes in children
 
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How to prevent type 1 diabetes in children


How long can a teenager go without knowing they have diabetes?
In children, type 1 diabetes is a disorder in which the body stops producing a vital hormone (insulin). Because your child requires insulin to live, the missing insulin must be restored by injections or an insulin pump. Juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes was once a term used to describe type 1 diabetes in youngsters.

When a child is diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, it can be frightening, especially at first. Suddenly, you and your child must learn how to give injections, measure carbohydrates, and monitor blood sugar, depending on his or her age.

Type 1 diabetes in children does not have a cure, however, it can be controlled. Blood Sugar management and quality of life for children with type 1 diabetes have improved thanks to advances in blood Sugar monitoring and insulin delivery.

The Symptoms

Type 1 diabetes symptoms in children usually appear fast and include the following:

Thirst increases
Urination on a regular basis, potentially bedwetting in a toilet-trained youngster
Hunger to the point of death
Weight the reduction that occurs unintentionally
READ MORE VISIT: https://www.healthlifekit.com/2021/07/how-to-prevent-type-1-diabetes-in.html
 

 
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