You may accept heard of type 2 diabetes so far, but even more dangerous is 'New Type 1.5 Diabetes'. The disease is not known until the final stage of the day. NHS figures show that every year more than 17 million type 2 diabetes patients are admitted to hospitals in the UK. About 5,000 type 2 diabetes patients are admitted to hospitals in a day. But 10 percent of these patients have type 2 diabetes, but they really suffer from 'new type 1.5 diabetes'. Even doctors are not able to notice it in the initial stage. The disease destroys the lives of more than three lakh patients per year. Let's find out what this new character of this diabetes.

This new disease of diabetes is also recognized as 'Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of Adulthood'. In this disease, the problem in the eyes, as well as heart disease, also takes place simultaneously. Professor Alov Rowlandson, who explores the disease at the University of Amy, Sweden, says that the disease is not understood until the end, which sometimes leads to negligence in its treatment.

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Type 1.5 diabetes is a condition when a patient with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Most of the disease takes place only in adult people. Moreover, diet and lifestyle are causing the disease to become a victim. Beta cells stop functioning on this disease. It is also said that 10 percent of people who have diabetes actually suffer from 'Lada'.

Symptom

Type 1.5 diabetes is more of a thirsty patient. Repeated urination occurs. The excess of urination increases, especially at nighttime. Without any reason, the weight decreases rapidly. The eyesight decreases, and suddenly everything starts to look blurred.

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This disease of diabetes takes place only in adult people. At times, even doctors may forget to reckon it as type 2 diabetes. The disease happens in people over 40 years of age. It regards the most at the age of 70 and 80. But a healthy lifestyle and catering can help to check the disease.

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