Young adults with the Type 2 diabetes on high risk to develop an eye disease, researchers say.
This is the most common form of eye disease.
This can be seen when changes in blood glucose levels cause changes in retinal blood vessels.
We find out about this very late & it usually affects up to 80% of people who have had diabetes for 20 years and more.
Anyway, the study showed that the earlier we get Type 2 diabetes, the faster & greater will be the vision problem be. The increased chance of diabetic retinopathy is very much associated with early-onset diabetes and is not to be avoided.
We think that his young generation has greater chances of diabetes.
Additionally with further the complications to the eye is possible. -lead author Muthuswamy Balasubramanyam at the MDRF.
The reason being, they are not taking care of their bodies.
They do not think much about what they are eating.
Subsequently, the lifestyle is remarkably different to what it was earlier.
In the journal of Diabetes and its complications, researchers also mentioned about elevated levels of certain biomarkers such as monocyte chemotactic protein 1 (MCP-1) & cathepsin-D in the diabetic patients, subsequently raising the risk of developing diabetic retinopathy.
The people with Type 2 diabetes have higher levels of MCP-1 & cathepsin-D which means they accelerate faster towards aging and this in return will form the complications to the eye sooner.
The new young generation needs to learn how to manage their food intakes and not eat junk foods.
Speaking about this, yoga is useful however exercise is comaratively a second best options to remain healthy.
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