15 Common Risk Factors of Type 2 Diabetes

3. Family history

Your childhood environment as well as genes can either decrease or increase the chances of developing type-2 diabetes.

Your sleeping patterns, outdoor activities, rewards mechanisms and learned intake habits can directly influence your health.

4. Fat distribution and weight

Excess body fat (particularly around middle) can result in weight gain. Body becomes resistant to insulin and leptin hormone that regulates hunger. You will start gaining more and more weight because of excess fat.

5. Race

Specific races have more chances of getting diabetes because of their western diet.These races include Asians, Hispanics, Native Americans, Hawaiians and Blacks.

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