In our era, the most danger for people with diabetes comes not from ketoacidosis as in the past before discovery of insulin, but from the numerous diabetic complications. One of these diabetic complications is diabetic autonomic neuropathy.
Neuropathies are characterized by a progressive loss of nerve fibers and nerve fiber density, resulting in altered nerve conduction velocity. Neuropathy is on of the most common complications of diabetes, with a lifetime prevalence between 25 and 50 percent in people with diabetes of different kind. » Read more