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Sunday, July 19, 2015

7 risk factors of Type 2 diabetes

8:31 PM

The risk factors of Type 2 diabetes need to mention are: obesity; physical inactivity; have unhealthy habits; family history; high blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart disease; a history of diabetes during pregnancy or have polycystic ovaries.


1. Obesity: risk of diabetes No.1 tip 2. Children overweight type 2 diabetes are also more than 3 times the normal children.
2. Sedentary Lifestyle: Active reduces blood sugar levels, helps insulin more effectively.
3. There are no healthy habits: Eat right may vary, reverse or prevent diabetes. Has been poor glucose tolerance.
4. Family history and genetic factors School factors: Looks like those who have family members with diabetes type 2, then they also have a higher risk of this disease.
5. Old Age: Still sad but true, over 45 years the risk of type 2 diabetes is also higher.
6. High blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart disease: The first two factors are the main risk of many diseases, including type 2 diabetes; injury to blood vessels of the heart both
7. History of diabetes during pregnancy or have polycystic ovaries: Diabetes in pregnancy rates of around 4% in pregnant women.

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