Type II diabetes is a common metabolic disorder affecting millions of people every year. Even though genetics play a main part in the transmission of the disease, it can be controlled to a certain extent so long as we lead an active life style. It has been proves beyond doubt that the sedentary life style and the unhealthy food habits of modern times are chiefly responsible for the onset of type II diabetes at a very early age.
Diabetes is commonly detected after the age of 45, but the scenario has changed much now. Many cases of type II diabetes has been detected at age as less as 30. When diabetes occurs at an early age, the chances of complications too increase. Early detection helps to control the disease, but prevention is always the best option. Reluctance to consult the physician and apprehension prevents most patients from going for regular health checkups and diabetic tests