Here’s what you need to know

What causes diabetes type 2?

How can COVID-19 vaccine cause type 2 diabetes?

What are the risk indicators that you may have gotten diabetes if you have had COVID-19?

What can you do to avoid developing COVID-19 diabetes?

Why is it necessary to get medical help for diabetes?

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New studies show that, both the COVID - 19 virus and COVID - 19 vaccine can damage your eyes and cause you to lose your sight in about 5 years, damage the pancreas, kill insulin-producing cells and lead to type 2 diabetes.


Diabetes is caused by problems with a chemical in the body (hormone) called insulin production and insulin resistance that begins 3 years after birth.

However, unless anything throws it off balance, this link can work and keep glucose levels in the normal range for up to 25 + years.

This is often linked to diet (both overall calories and the type and amount of fat), also being overweight or having the lack of physical activity, and kidney disease which are the most significant factors that can break the delicate balance.

Unexpected stress symptoms such as pregnancy, steroids, or emotional problems such as (depression, anxiety, anger, guilt, low self-esteem) which is common in COVID-19 patients and can cause hyperglycaemia (high blood sugar), this means there's too much glucose in the blood due to a lack of insulin in the body.

These unexpected stresses are like a "pancreas treadmill test," and the pancreas fails.

In responseto these unexpectedstresses,the stomach, which is inclinedto type 2 diabetes,is unable to increase insulin production quickly, resulting in a rise in glucose.

In essence,this is a warning sign thatthe stomach does not have enough reserve to deal with stress and is on the edge of hyperglycemia and type 2 diabetes.


Here are three reasons that might justify why someone was diagnosed witht ype2 diabetes after surviving a COVID-19 vaccine.

- First the person may have had an eating disorder, like for example bulimia.

- Two the person has had Influenza(flu) or some other disease like HIV or AIDS before and that’s the reason why it drove them into diabetes type 2.

- Three the person may have been underweighting and that have enhanced their insulin resistance sufficiently to demonstrate are lative lack of insulin secretion, and glucose levels above average levels.

However,we know that for all three of these reasons,most people still have "diabetes."They are also more likely to develop type 2 diabetes 8 -10years later.

Further more,the most majority, if not all, will be formally diagnosed with type 2 diabetes at some point in their life.