Type 1 Diabetes And The Consequences

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Type 1 diabetes and the Consequences In each individual human’s time on earth normally there is a great chance of some sort of tragedy to occur, while possibly in many different varieties. This could either be trigged by oneself or be from another individual’s decision. Although there are some situations that are out of one’s control. Leaving those affected the responsibility of taking charge of the problem and making the best of the situation. Some situations offer minimal risk to the health of an individual or others. There are specific cases that it is the opposite and the situation dealt is terminal or completely life altering. Health related issues and many other opportunities are restricted by such a diagnoses of type 1 diabetes. This situation is all too familiar to a personal experience in my own life. I have been diagnosed with an incurable disease called, type 1 diabetes. However this is an uncommon disease to affect people. Being diagnosed as type one diabetic, it creates multiple situations that require the patient to take responsibility to help control their disease. Receiving this type of diagnoses can restrict the opportunities for the patient and impede their comfort of life. “In 2012, 29.1 million Americans, or 9.3% of the population, had diabetes. Approximately 1.25 million American children and adults have type 1 diabetes” (ADA par.1). Thus being diagnosed as a type one diabetic is not a common incident, only affecting the few “unlucky” individual’s
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