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Many people suffer from diabetes. The reasons for contracting this chronic metabolic disorder vary greatly. Who is at risk and when are you at risk, what you should do if you suspect you have it and how to live with it are all explained here.
Do I have diabetes? Spot the symptoms
Diabetes does not appear overnight. Diabetes is often identified through gradual physical changes.
Am I likely to develop diabetes?
High blood glucose levels are very common in Switzerland. Diabetes is linked to several risk factors.
Type 1 diabetes: a diagnosis with consequences
Type 1 diabetes will have a significant impact on your lifestyle. Regular insulin injections are inevitable.
Type 2 diabetes is surprisingly common
Many people live with type 2 diabetes. You can live a normal life without any discomfort if you manage things right.