Continuing on with myths, a person with diabetes can transmit this disease to another person. This is also not true because diabetes is not contagious. The closest way to transmit diabetes is the parent’s genes to their child. Lastly, people with diabetes can never have any sweets. This statement is false; a person with diabetes can eat sweets in moderation. But they must exercise and eat healthy meals.
So many different factors can cause a person to receive diabetes. The main four are age, race, gender, and family history. Age is a factor because, the older a person gets, the higher the risk of them getting type two diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. They should make sure that everything is on point and keep their doctor updated ("Age, Race, Gender & Family History: American Diabetes AssociationÂ®." American Diabetes Association. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2014.). Race correlates in the chancing of developing diabetes, because some cultures has a higher risk of being overweight, and develop high blood pressure and type two.
With gender, men are known to get diabetes than women when a woman reaches menopause they’re likely to get diabetes; but still not like most men. Family history is the most common; the reason for this is because, if a close family member has the disease, the risk is higher. Must see a doctor to find out how to lower the risk. Also with family history, any person whose father or grandfather has diabetes; must be extremely careful ("Age, Race, Gender & Family History: American Diabetes AssociationÂ®." American Diabetes Association. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Mar. 2014.). As said before men are more likely to receive diabetes.
Type two diabetes can cause “traveling fat”, when type two diabetes is developed it costs the person to gain access weight, which occurs in the waistline. Waistline expansion is also another sign of unhealthy habits, and must take careful and serious precautions. Also watch for weight gain in the thighs. ("NC WiseOwl Home Page." NC WiseOwl Home Page. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2014. (Print)). Medications are a big part of diabetes; they help keeps the proper levels where they need to be. But the unusual thing is, there are some medications that can cause a person to diabetes or heart problems. That person and his or her primary doctor should get together and discuss what is going on in the patient’s body. Also discuss some precautions that need to be taken into perspective. Then they need to discuss medications that the patient need partake in. Also discuss the side effects of the medications prescribed by the doctor and what the proper way and time to take the medication. All this together will go hand-in-hand.
One of the worst things a diabetic can do is smoke. Smoking is bad anyways, but especially to a person with diabetes. Smoking is such a horrid habit, and is such a risk to anyone. The nicotine in tobacco is addictive and destructs some important body parts. The nicotine attacks the liver and the...