How many of you know someone who has diabetes? What about prediabetes? If you raised your hand to the first question but not the second, you might want to change your vote. Chances are, someone you know — a friend, a colleague, a neighbor, maybe even a family member — has it. But even he may not know it.
What is Type 1 diabetes?
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease , in which the person concerned does not produce any or only very little insulin. They must therefore inject it to prevent acute metabolic derailments and long-term consequences.
Type 1 diabetes is often already occurring in childhood and adolescence.
The incidence of severe obesity in childhood is increasing alarmingly and childhood obesity has literally reached critical mass. Severe obesity often goes unrecognized until significant comorbidities such as type 2 diabetes mellitus and steatohepatitis — once considered “adult diseases” — develop. Paediatric comorbidities of obesity are more common than thought.
Many consider this as a multifactorial (genetics,
Fatigue occurs most often as part of a symptom complex, but even when it is the sole or main presenting symptom, fatigue is one of the most common symptoms. Fatigue is difficulty initiating and sustaining activity due to a lack of energy and accompanied by a desire to rest. Fatigue is normal after physical exertion,