Risk Factors For Type 2 Diabetes | Diabetes Specialist — Capitol Hospital Jalandhar

JALANDHAR, India - May 11, 2022 - PRLog -- Type 2 diabetes risk factors depend a lot on your routine lifestyle and how you live your day to day life. Little changes can go a long way to reduce your risk and help you escape your diabetic future.

The experts at Capitol Hospital will be discussing these risk factors and how to change your habits related to these risk factors for a better tomorrow.

The more obese your body, the more resistance is there in the cell tissues to the insulin which is produced. The statistics claim 90% of the population suffering from diabetes as obese or overweight.


Increase in our age is another risk factor when it comes to type 2 diabetes. People become more prone to diseases because of old age. As you get old, the pancreas of your body ages too and it is not able to produce insulin in an efficient manner as it did when you were younger. The cells of our body too are not able to take the insulin in an effective manner due to age.

The overweight criterion too diminishes with age. A person who is thin and old can develop diabetes too because of the old age.

Junk food
is a big devil when it comes to your increased risk of type 2 diabetes. Foods like pizza, burgers, hot dogs etc. are come under the umbrella of junk foods.

These foods have very less nutrient value and contain all kinds of excessive fat. They make you overweight and obese and increase your risk of acquiring type 2 diabetes.

High blood pressure is also known as hypertension. It is a condition in which the rate of blood flow in our blood vessels is too high. Along with obesity, it also increases your risk of heart attacks and strokes.

Cholesterol is a fatty substance which flows with the blood and sent to various parts of our body.

Our body produces cholesterol naturally and it is also found in few of the foods. Cholesterol is carried in our blood by the lipoproteins. The density determines the fat in lipoproteins. Lower the density, more the fat in it.

The risk from these factors can be reduced by making a few lifestyle changes.

For instance,
  • Exercise your body regularly to burn the excessive fat.
  • Don't eat junk food or processed foods.
  • Eat a good and healthy balanced diet with lots of water.
  • Maintain your weight within the normal range of BMI.

Small changes go a long way to reduce your risk and make you live a healthy life.
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