Signs & Symptoms
- Excess thirst
- Increased appetite
- Frequent urination
- Decreased resistance to infection,especially urinary tract infections and yeast infections of the skin, mouth or vagina.
Interference with insuline utilization in body cells for unknown reasons.
Risk increases with
- Obesity in adults
- Use of certain drugs,including oral contraceptives,thiazide diuretics,cortisone or phenytoin
- Family history of diabetes mellitus.
- Control your weight to avoid becoming obese.Lose weight to a normal level maintain your ideal weight.
- Maintaining a regular exercise program may help prevent to delay NIDDM.
- No restrictions,regular daily exercise is an important part of controlling diabetes.
- A special diet will be necessary to reduce weight,limit refined carbohydrates,protein and fat and increase fiber.