Type 3 diabetes, discovered in 2005, proposes a connection between increased insulin resistance in the brain with Alzeimer's disease.
Electropollution is one of the primary suspected causes of type 3 diabetes. Ellectropollution refers to the electrical pollution from computers cell phones, cordless phones, televisions, and other technology. People with high sensitivies to electropollution are found to have a higher occurrance of type 3 diabetes.
Other Uses of the Term Type 3 DiabetesEdit
The term "Type 3 Diabetes" is also widely used within the Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes patient community to mean any family member or close friend whose life is affected by living with or near someone with diabetes.