Before addressing the aforementioned concern it is vital to know the difference between the two common types of diabetes.
The symptoms of type 1 diabetes usually appear in children and adolescents. In this, the immune system confuses the healthy insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas of the body as external invaders and destroy them. Due to this, the body can no longer produce insulin. The reason why this happens is still unknown. But as per researchers, it is somehow linked with genetic and environmental factors.
Type 2 diabetes is mostly diagnosed in grown-ups and is more common than type 1. In this, the pancreas does produce insulin, but the body is not able to use it effectively. The insulin gets accumulated in the bloodstream, causing a spike in the sugar level. Just like type 1, it is not known why some people become insulin resistant but is believed to be linked with poor lifestyle habits and excess weight.