Diabetes mellitus type II is a common condition that is categorised under metabolic disease. It is clinically defined as the prolonged state of hyperglycaemia accompanied by the disturbance in carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism. As a result of the prolonged hyperglycaemia, there will eventually be defects in insulin regulation and secretion.
In diabetes type II the body can still produce insulin; however the problem lies with its usage and action. As of the moment, there is no cure for diabetes but the symptoms could be managed and the condition could be prevented.