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Diabetes Mellitus Type-1 and Psychosocial Intervention to Improve Quality of Life
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
Type 1 diabetes mellitus is the most common chronic endocrine pathology among children. Data from the Indonesian Pediatric Association (IDAI) states that the incidence of DM in children aged 0-18 years has increased by 700% over a period of 10 years. Treatment includes diet, physical activity, insulin medication, and proper self-control. The necessary changes in habits and lifestyles can lead to psychosocial problems, including anxiety, depression and eating disorders. Subsequently, the childdoi:10.37275/oaijmr.v1i4.565 fatcat:m4gse65b2zcnpbicniyscnnl6a