Sunday, November 1, 2009

Diabetic on Children – Juvenile Diabetes


Diabetic Children
Diabetic that occurs in children is known as juvenile diabetic, and often referred to diabetic type 1, because the type of diabetes that often occurs in children under the age of 16 years is diabetic type 1. Juvenile diabetic is caused by the inability of the pancreas to produce insulin or autoimmune disease, which means the body's defense system, attacks other organs of the body. Within the last 30 years, juvenile’s cases diabetic increased 3 times.

Furthermore, in Europe and the United States, recently occurs the case of type 2 diabetic in children for the first time. This happens due to genetic and environmental factors. But for your information, the majority of patients do not have a family history of diabetes. Juvenile diabetic has similar symptoms like on adults, they will easier to feel hunger and thirsty, weight loss dramatically, easily tired, an increasing amount of urine, frequent abdominal pain, headaches and behavior problems. If you child have these similar symptoms, you have to immediately consult to your child's doctors before too late. So, you can make a prevention act or some treatment for the diabetic children.


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