Informative Speech on Diabetes

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Informative Speech on Diabetes

By | March 2011
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Informative Speech
Diabetes
Specific Purpose: To give information about diabetes and the types. Introduction:
There is something in the world that people are crazy for. It’s something that they just couldn’t live without and they always want more of it. That is the sweet taste of sugar. Although that sweet taste that everyone loves can’t be devoured by every person. The people that I am talking about is the people that are diabetics. Some diabetics can’t have any sugar or if they can have some it is very little. Imagine what you would do having to watching every little thing that you eat. That’s what diabetics have to do to survive. I am going to tell you about the different types of diabetes, how diabetics take cares of themselves, and about the future of diabetes. Body:

I.The number one thing that you need to know about diabetes is that there is 2 main different types.
A. The first type is called Type 1 diabetes.
1. Type 1 diabetes is also known as juvenile diabetes because the onset of this is type usually only happens to younger people. Such as children, teenagers and young adults. Although, there have been cases where adults have been diagnosed which type 1 diabetes. This type of diabetes happens with the beta cell in the pancreas stops producing insulin. Insulin is what the body products to turn food into energy.

B. The other type of diabetes is Type 2 diabetes.
1. Type 2 diabetes is generally called adult-onset diabetes or noninsulin-dependant diabetes. This is the most common type of diabetes. People of any age can develop the forms of Type 2 diabetes, lots of people have this without being formally diagnosed with it. Type 2 diabetes the pancreas loses the ability to create enough insulin for the amount of food your eating. C. Some common signs of diabetes are,

1. Being thirsty, going to the restroom very often, feeling very hungry or tired, weight loss without trying, having wounds that heal slowly, dry itchy skin, a numb or...

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