Shouldn't there be some ways to help prevent diabetes? Even if it's within your family? I don't want to get diabetes, but my father and my uncle had it. I worry that I might get it eventually as well and that is something I don't really want to go through.
As the above poster stated, if you have the genes for it, you will get it. However, if you manage your diet well and exercise regularly you decrease your chances of turning those 'bad' genes on. So eat well and work out and you may avoid it.
I wish there was I really do, because like you its genetically in my family. My mother had diabetes for years, ao its stands to reason that at least one of her children if not more will end up with the condition as well. Medical sciences hasn't come up with a way to prevent this from happening. All we can do is be aware of the symptoms associated with diabetes, watch our diet and exercise. Also, see our doctor as recommended, at this point these are the only things that can be done.
I agree with all of that's written here. Unfortunately, there's no escaping this villain. All we can do is to try to lower the possibilities of exacerbation or complications by committing to a healthy lifestyle - you know, diet, exercise, stress levels, avoiding bad habits, etc.
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Type I Diabetes occurs because of genetic,auto immune, infective causes which cannot be prevented. Thus it is difficult to prevent or predict Type I Diabetes.
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Right now I am scared to go to my doctor. I am already borderline and I know I have not been doing the things that I should to limit my chances of things escalating. The hereditary aspect makes me feel like there is no escaping " the villain" as someone called it. My doctor still makes me feel like there is still hope for me with proper diet and exercise.