Type One Diabetes

Disease Identification

Your hearts, blood vessels, nerves, kidneys, eyes, feet, skin, and mouth can all be affected by type one diabetes.

Explanation of Imbalance

In type one diabetes your body doesn't produce insulin or produces little insulin. It is when the body gets glucose from food, but the lack of insulin means that glucose can't get into the cells. This results In high blood sugar and health problems it affects major organs.

Diagram of Type 1 Diabetes

"Diabetes is a common metabolic disease in which lost the proper regulation of blood sugar, it happens because of too much sugar in cells, lack of exercise, etc.” -Prof. Dr. Robert Hess

Symptoms of the Disease

Type one diabetes can cause excessive thirst, fatigue, hunger, sweating, excessive urination, nausea, fast heart rate, sleepiness, weight loss, and head aches.


Type one diabetes is incurable, but monitoring your diet and exercise can help maintain normal blood sugar levels.