For Insulin-dependent diabetic patients:
Irregular insulin injection, withdrawal of insulin or reduction of the dose of insulin too fast are the most common causes.
people with diabetes may develop resistance to insulin.
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes occurs mostly in the following circumstances:
Various infections are the most common causes, including systemic infection, sepsis, pulmonary infection, suppurative skin infections, gastrointestinal acute infection, acute pancreatitis, cholecystitis, peritonitis, pyelonephritis and pelvic inflammatory disease, etc.
Acute myocardial infarction, heart failure, traumas, burns, surgery and anesthesia.
Imbalanced diet. Excessive consumption of sugary and fatty foods, excessive consumption of alcohol or excessive restrictions on carbohydrates, and daily intake of carbohydrates less than 100 grams.
Gastrointestinal disorders and high fever, etc. Especially those with severe vomiting, diarrhea, anorexia and sweat, etc. lead to severe loss of water, and insufficient water intake can also result in the disease.
Mental factors, such as mental trauma, mental stress and excessive excitement, etc.
Uncontrolled diabetes or exacerbation.
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