Diabetes is a group of associated diseases in which the body is unable to regulate the amount of sugar (glucose) into the blood. The cells does not respond in type2 diabetes. In this type of case the blood sugar levels gets too high instigating prolonged severe complications.
Researchers have identified various genes related with the growth of type 1 diabetes. The customary belief about the etiology, cause, of type 1 diabetes is that although someone may have a genetic inclination for developing type 1 diabetes, environmental triggers such as virus, toxin, drug are responsible to initiate the autoimmune process which causes type 1 diabetes by destroying insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells.
Type 1 Diabetes influences only 5 % of all diabetics. By the researchers point of view it is by far the worst of the two types. In type 1 the cells which create insulin are destroyed – an autoimmune reaction causing dependence on outside sources of insulin. Up till now there is no clinical cure for type 1 diabetes.
In type 2 diabetes the cell receptors that respond to insulin either do not work completely or not causing insulin resistance up to the mark. The most frequent and common risk factors for Type 2 Diabetes are age factor, inactive lifestyle and being overweighed. Heredity also plays the vital role in it
Type 2 Diabetes is given the name as the disease of lifestyle. Certainly it is seen in lot of people, as you go older day by day your metabolism slows down, you start gaining weight, and as a result you are less active and more sedentary-an obvious reasons for the disease.
Genetics: A Risk Factor Diabetes
It is seen that native people with high percentage of Indian blood are more often to develop diabetes. There is no certain reason that why this genetic disorder occurs, but one theory is that at one time when food was not in plenty, the body adjusted for these incline times by storing extra fat for this purpose.
The Other Factors:
If you have been detected with any problems with your circulation, had an heart attack or a stroke, or if you have got high blood pressure you may be at an increased risk of diabetes or it may be the dawn of this disease in you.
Pregnant women can build up a short-term type of diabetes gestational diabetes. Having this symptoms and delivering a large baby, can boost the risk of a woman going to develop severe diabetes in the future.
Risk Factors Controlled By You:
Family history: In this type of case risk of having diabetes is high, if you have a close relative such as parent, brother, or sister with diabetes. Gestational diabetes, or delivered a baby who weighs more than 9 pounds. Women who have diabetes during pregnancy or have a large baby are at larger risk for diabetes later in future, usually type 2 diabetes.
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In this video, we’re going to talk about genetics. How much of your disease is genetic, and how much of your health is genetic?
Are diseases genetic? People often think they simply have “bad genes.” But, that’s not true. Only 5-10% of disease is caused by a genetic defect that has been passed on by your parents.
Most gene mutations are not inherited; they’re somatic mutations. Somatic mutations mean it’s not inherited, but caused by your environment.
Epigenetics means above genetics. For example, think of DNA as a DVD and epigenetic as the DVD player. You can select what you want to activate and control. 90-95% of your health, and whether you get a disease is epigenetics.
Exposome is the accumulation of all the exposures of an individual in a lifetime and how those exposures relate to health. We’re talking about the exposure to your environment, which started when you were still in the womb. Everything adds up and can trigger certain genes, which leads to certain diseases.
With epigenetics we include:
• Environmental factors
• Social experiences as a child
Another huge factor is your mental state and how you view and deal with life.
Your genes have a lot less to do with your health than you might think, and you have the ability to control your genes way more than you think. You are not predestined to have certain genetic diseases or genetic disorders.
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How Much of Your Disease and Health is Genetic?