Juvenile Diabetes Awareness

Many people tolerate a disease named type-1 diabetes (T1D). Did you know that most children are living with T1D? Proper care is compulsory to save children from this life-threatening disease. First of all, one should know about type-1 diabetes. We don’t exactly know about the cause of this problem. But it may be directly related to lifestyle.


The sole aim of this blog post is to increase awareness about the problem. We also discuss some healthy ways that assist you in preventing this complexity. Besides all of this, we also elaborate on the steps one should take if one develops type 1 diabetes. So, welcome to our awareness page, and let’s get started to discuss the topic in detail.

What is Type 1 Diabetes?

Another name for this disease is:

  • Juvenile diabetes
  • Insulin-dependent diabetes

It is an unpreventable automated disease that currently has no cure. According to research studies, 5 percent of people suffer from this disease. In this situation, the body fails to produce insulin, and people need multiple injections that inject infused insulin into the body. Extra care is necessary for people having this illness, such as:

  • Blood glucose checks
  • A healthy eating plan
  • Regular physical activity

However, one should live a long healthy life with the proper care and support.

Warning Signs of T1D in Children

We all know that early detection of disease saves us from many complications. In the case of children, sometimes, the symptoms are quickly detected. Keep reading this section to learn about the symptoms of T1D in children.

1. Increase in Appetite

Children’s muscles and organs become hungry as insulin does not function properly. This leads to enhanced appetite.

2. Feel Thirsty

One of the warning signs of T1D is the feeling of extreme thirst.

3. Fatigue And Lethargy

Your child gets tired quickly when suffering from T1D. This weakness is because cells don’t get enough sugar to provide body energy.

4. Increased Urination

This is due to the extreme intake of liquid.

5. Weight loss

It is also one of the earlier symptoms of T1D. However, more food and calories don’t help to increase the weight of your children. The weight is reducing day by day.

6. Breath Odor

You may note that your child’s breath smells fruity due to Type 1 disease.

How One Can Avoid The T1D

It is essential to focus on your lifestyle. One should know which food to avoid to keep blood sugar in a healthy range. First, it is crucial to know the range of healthy blood sugar.

  • Before meals, it should be in the middle of 70 to 150mg/dl
  • 180mg/dl after 2 hours of meal
  • During the night, the correct value is 150mg/dl

Now it’s time to discuss which food one should limit to avoid complexity. Try to eat the following food in a moderate range. Don’t overeat!

  • Chips
  • Crackers
  • Cady
  • Ice creams
  • Pie
  • Cookies
  • Cakes etc

1. Cut Sugar From Your Diet

Did you know that food with high carbohydrates increases blood sugar quickly? The continuous increase in this level leads to diabetes. So, reduce food with refined carbohydrates to protect you from T1D.

2. Quit Smoking

We are sure you know that smoking is not suitable for your health. So, quit this habit if you are addicted to smoking.

3. Drink Water

Water is one of the great blessings. Instead of other drinks, increase the amount of water in your diet. It can reduce the risk of T1D.

4. Eat Fiber

Fiber is a beneficial element that keeps you healthy and maintains your weight well. Consuming food with high fiber also lessens the risk of T1D.

5. Exercise, Exercise, And Exercise

We are sure that you are familiar with the benefits of exercise. If you are unfamiliar, then it’s time to start now! Just walking, playing games, and riding a bike keep you healthy.

Follow the Following Steps if You Are Suffering From T1D

  • You will need to take the insulin shot regularly. It manages your blood sugar well
  • Regular checkup of your glucose level
  • Be more physically active
  • Eating healthy foods
  • Try to maintain your healthy weight

The Bottom Line

Hopefully, you are clear now about your query about type-1 diabetes. Managing disease helps you to live a healthy and long life. Consult your doctor if you or your child suffers from a severe condition. Comment below and share your experience with us about the disease T1D!