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    طالب مبتدئ الصورة الرمزية ѕншaa5ч --<3
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    ـالسسلآإم عليييكم ؤ رحمة الله ؤبركآإتـ‘ة . .
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    مممم

    لو سمحتؤ ابآإ 3 اسبإب عن مرض [Diabetes] ,‘
    ونتائج لسبب واحد من اسباب المرض . .
    ونتائج ثانيةة لسبب ثاني من اسباب المرض . .

    ؤشكرآإ

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    Professional student الصورة الرمزية kemeia
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    Sep 2010
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    افتراضي What Causes Diabetes

    The precise Etiology of most cases of diabetes is uncertain, although certain contributing factors are as follows:

    Type 1 diabetes

    Type 1 Diabetes is autoimmune disease that affects 0.3% on average. It is result of destruction of beta cells due to aggressive nature of cells present in the body. Researchers believe that some of the Etiology and Risk factors which may trigger type 1 diabetes may be genetic, poor diet (malnutrition) and environment (virus affecting pancreas). Secondly, in most of the cases, diabetes occurs because there is abnormal secretion of some hormones in blood which act as antagonists to insulin. Example- Adrenocortical hormone, Adrenaline hormone and Thyroid hormone.

    Type 2 diabetes

    Type 2 Diabetes is also called non insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) or adult-onset diabetes. It occurs when the body produces enough insulin but cannot utilize it effectively. This type of diabetes usually develops in middle age. A general observation says that about 90-95 % of people suffering with diabetes are type 2; about 80 percent are overweight. It is more common among people who are older; obese; have a family history of diabetes; have had gestational diabetes. There are number of risk factors found to be responsible for type 2 diabetes like, the more the Etiology and Risk factors carried by an individual, the higher the risk for developing diabetes.
    Following are the Causes of Diabetes


    • Hereditary or Inherited Traits : It is strongly believed that due to some genes which passes from one generation to another, a person can inherit diabetes. It depends upon closeness of blood relationship as mother is diabetic, the risk is 2 to 3%, father is diabetic, the risk is more than the previous case and if both the parents are diabetic, the child has much greater risk for diabetes.
    • Age : Increased age is a factor which gives more possibility than in younger age. This disease may occur at any age, but 80% of cases occur after 50 year, incidences increase with the age factor.
    • Poor Diet (Malnutrition Related Diabetes) : Improper nutrition, low protein and fiber intake, high intake of refined products are the expected reasons for developing diabetes.
    • Obesity and Fat Distribution : Being overweight means increased insulin resistance, that is if body fat is more than 30%, BMI 25+, waist grith 35 inches in women or 40 inches in males.
    • Sedentary Lifestyle : People with sedentary lifestyle are more prone to diabetes, when compared to those who exercise thrice a week, are at low risk of falling prey to diabetes.
    • Stress : Either physical injury or emotional disturbance is frequently blamed as the initial cause of the disease. Any disturbance in Cortiosteroid or ACTH therapy may lead to clinical signs of the disease.
    • Drug Induced: Clozapine (Clozaril), olanzapine (Zyprexa), risperidone (Risperdal), quetiapine (Seroquel) and ziprasidone (Geodon) are known to induce this lethal disease.
    • Infection : Some of the strephylococci is suppose to be responsible factor for infection in pancreas.
    • Sex : Diabetes is commonly seen in elderly especially males but, strongly in women and those females with multiple pregnancy or suffering from (PCOS) Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
    • Hypertension : It had been reported in many studies that there is direct relation between high systolic pressure and diabetes.
    • Serum lipids and lipoproteins : High triglyceride and cholesterol level in the blood is related to high blood sugars, in some cases it has been studied that
    • risk is involved even with low HDL levels in circulating blood.

    For more information please visit the following site:
    http://diabetesinformationhub.com
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    طالب مبتدئ الصورة الرمزية ѕншaa5ч --<3
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    Jul 2011
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    United Arab Emirates

    افتراضي

    . الله يعطيك العآإفيهة .


    هآذي انؤاع هب اسباب

    ممم لو سمحتؤؤ للي يعرف ابى اسباب ضرؤري

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    A friend of yours الصورة الرمزية Rahaf f
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    Jun 2011
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    افتراضي

    احم احم
    كيميا لاتنسى تكمل معروفك

    خخخخ
    الحمد الله
    اللهم امتني على طاعة


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    طالب مبتدئ الصورة الرمزية ѕншaa5ч --<3
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    Jul 2011
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    افتراضي

    رهؤؤفة بلييز ابآ الاسباب بآإكرر ضرؤري
    دؤريلي

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    A friend of yours الصورة الرمزية Rahaf f
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    افتراضي

    ان شاء الله قبل ال9 تكون عندك
    رح جرب
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    بس علقت ع كلام كيميا
    عيني خير
    الحمد الله
    اللهم امتني على طاعة


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    Kingdom Of Heaven الصورة الرمزية aiman.h.kallaf
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    Feb 2009
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    Saudi Arabia

    افتراضي

    مواضيع مثل هذي حاول فيها بنفسك اول شي لانها تقريبا بسيطه اولا و تنمي مهارتك ثانيا و شبه شيقه نوعا ما

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    Causes of Diabetes

    Causes of type 1 diabetes

    In type 1 diabetes, the cells in the pancreas that make insulin are destroyed, causing a severe lack of insulin. This is usually thought to be the result of the body attacking and destroying its own cells in the pancreas, known as an autoimmune reaction.
    It isn't clear why this happens, but a number of explanations and possible triggers have been proposed. These include:

    • Infection with a specific virus or bacteria
    • Exposure to food-borne chemical toxins
    • Exposure as a very young infant to cow's milk, where an as yet unidentified component triggers the autoimmune reaction

    However, these are only hypotheses and are not proven causes.
    As with other autoimmune diseases, an underlying genetic disposition seems to play a part, leaving some people more vulnerable to these triggers.
    In rare cases, damage to the pancreas by tumours, toxins or injury (including surgery), can also lead to type 1 diabetes.
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    Causes of type 2 diabetes

    Development of type 2 diabetes is usually multifactorial - that is, several factors combine to cause it. The most important of these is genetics. Children of people with type 2 diabetes have a one in three chance of developing the condition themselves.
    In this type of diabetes, the receptors on cells in the body that normally respond to the action of insulin fail to be stimulated by it. This is known as insulin resistance.
    In response to this, more insulin may be produced and this overproduction exhausts the insulin-manufacturing cells in the pancreas. There is simply insufficient insulin available and the insulin that is available may be abnormal and so doesn't work properly.
    The following risk factors increase the chances of someone developing type 2 diabetes:

    • Increasing age
    • Obesity
    • Physical inactivity

    Rarer causes of type 2 diabetes include:

    • Certain medicines
    • Pregnancy (gestational diabetes)
    • Any illness or disease that damages the pancreas and affects its ability to produce insulin, such as pancreatitis

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    What doesn't cause diabetes?

    It's important to be aware of myths about the causes of diabetes. Eating too much sugar does not cause diabetes. However, it may cause obesity and this is associated with people developing type 2 diabetes.
    Stress alone does not cause diabetes, although it may be a trigger for autoimmune disease as in type 1 diabetes. There is also evidence that chronic stress increases the risk of the development of a complex condition known as metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome includes features such as abdominal obesity, abnormal blood fat levels , high blood pressure and insulin resistance, which increases the risk of type 2 diabetes.
    Stress can also make the symptoms worse for people who already have diabetes and make control of their diabetes difficult.
    Diabetes is not contagious, so someone with diabetes can't pass it on to anyone else.







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    A friend of yours الصورة الرمزية Rahaf f
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