Answer: It depends which type of diabetes the person is suffering from. Type 1 diabetes is inherited - and usually controlled by daily insulin injections. Type 2 is easier to control by dietary changes.
Diabetes mainly affects four parts of the body :- 1) Eye 2) Heart 3) Kidney 4) Foot. It varies from person to person with diabetes,which one will be affected,reasons being hereditary,gene factor,life style etc.
Answer: Your chance of developping diabetes depends on if it is in your family. I am diabetic but I am not up to date on all of the figures however this is what I think they are from memory: 1/250 for most of the population 1/150 if your mother has diabetes 1/10 if your father has it
Answer: In 2000 according to the World Health Organization, at least 171 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes. Its number is increasing rapidly and it is estimated that by the year 2030 this number will double.
Answer: The vascular (veins and arteries) are compromised in a person with diabetes. If left untreated or uncontrolled, and the person get a sore/blister, the wound cannot heal itself. Sometimes it responds to medicines and debridment, but if it gets worse, the infection goes into the bone (osteomyelitis) and kills the limb, like in gangrene. They have to cut the limbs to save the person or the infection will spread to the rest of the body. Exercise helps with circulation, but some people are not able to.
Answer: no people will not die if they have diabetes, unless they have serious case of diabetes
People with diabetes are more prone to getting life threatening infections. Usually (in cases of type II) they have more serious underlying conditions, such as obesity and heart issues that put them at a higher risk for death. If diabetes is left uncontrolled, it can cause damage to nearly every organ in the body, thus increasing the chances of death.
diabetic complication results in death of patient like cardivascular problems(myocardial infarction),stroke,kidney failure,diabetic ketoacidosis